America's Choice Healthplans' CEO Clelland Green in the Christian Science Monitor:

'Self-directed' health plans shift risk, cost to workers

Growing practice mirrors the evolution of retirement benefits

By Fay Hansen | Special to The Christian Science Monitor
from the August 12, 2002 edition

Health-insurance costs are spiraling out of control again, and employers are demanding that employees take the hit.

They may not do so quietly. Three thousand Hershey Foods workers walked out in April, for example, when the company demanded that workers double their share of health-insurance premiums.


Headlines
"Self-directed health plans shift risk, cost to workers" - ACH in the Christian Science Monitor
August 12, 2002

"Uncovering Unbundling" - Article Featured in Human Resource Executive
May 3, 2002

"40 under 40" - Philadelphia Business Journal lists Clelland Green
March 29, 2002

ACH CEO Named to CareGain Board of Advisors
February 26, 2002

New model applies Internet to realize managed care's potential
November 1, 2001

Inc 500 rates America's Choice in country's top 500 growing companies
October 30, 2001

Philadelphia Business Journal features America's Choice
October 29, 2001

Philadelphia Inquirer features America's Choice
April 9, 2001

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