How to stop health care costs and keep coverage for workers

The best way to prevent health care inflation is to stop paying workers more for their health care coverage, according to a new report from the Institute for Health Policy and Economic Policy at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

According to the report, which was co-authored by the Center for Health and the Public Interest, the average cost of a single health care bill is $3,300 a year.

This is a fraction of the $15,000 a year in additional medical costs workers are expected to pay out of pocket as a result of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.

The report argues that there is no reason for a worker to pay more for a health care plan.

Instead, the report suggests that workers should save for their own coverage.

The Institute for Healthcare Policy and Empowerment argues that by lowering the cost of health care by paying for the care workers need, they will have less money left over for their other expenses.

According to The Atlantic, a new study by the Commonwealth Fund found that a single worker saving for their family’s health care will result in a savings of $6,100 a year by 2026.

By 2027, that savings will reach $25,100, the Commonwealth fund says.

The institute’s report also claims that paying workers less for health care is a way to make healthcare more affordable for everyone.

This, the authors argue, will allow workers to stay in the workforce and contribute to the economy.

The study, which has received mixed reviews, points to several other reasons workers should pay less for their coverage, such as the increased risk of an unexpected illness.

Workers who are already at an early stage of their illness should also keep an eye on their healthcare costs and their coverage costs.

If you’re worried about the cost to yourself or your family, check out the infographic below to see how you can save even more money in the next year: