Salt Lake Chamber issued the following announcement on Jan. 10.
About 61%, or approximately 2 million Utahns, purchase health insurance through employers. This is the highest in the nation and significantly higher than the U.S. average of 49%. For this reason, it is critical that Utah’s employers play a larger role in the future of our state’s health care system and have more flexibility and control in costs.
In this Building Utah podcast, we sit down Andrew Croshaw, CEO of Leavitt Partners and co-chair of the Salt Lake Chamber’s health systems reform committee to talk about the Chamber’s 2019 legislative priorities that focus on health care.
Original source can be found here.