Today’s standard of employer-sponsored health insurance is a relic from the early 1940s. Although the employer-sponsored model worked well when employees stuck with one company their entire careers and healthcare costs were low, it has become increasingly dysfunctional.
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Years ago, the town hospital was the community’s pulse: It was a place of birth, an employer, a counterpart in battling illness, and a source of health information. So for the people of Independence, Kansas, watching their century-old hospital close was a bitter pill to swallow. For the town’s residents, healthcare is now harder toRead… Read more »