As Some Companies Turn to Health Exchanges, G.E. Seeks a New Path

The New York Times—September 27, 2013

One of the largest employers in the nation, General Electric spends more than $2 billion a year offering coverage to 500,000 employees and retirees and their families. And it is using its considerable clout in places like this where its giant aviation business gives it a major presence to work directly with doctors and hospitals to improve care and reduce costs.

They are increasingly looking to make direct connections with health systems, particularly well-regarded institutions that can deliver good care for what can be very expensive back or heart problems. G.E. recently signed an agreement with Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, a high-volume orthopedic hospital, to oversee the care of some employees getting hip and knee replacements.

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