PwC's 2012 Health and well-being touchstone survey executive summary

May 2012
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PwC's 2012 Health and well-being touchstone survey executive summary

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PwC is pleased to announce the availability of our 2012 Health and Well-Being Touchstone survey. The 2012 survey data contains detailed benefits information provided by approximately 1400 participating companies in 34 different industries across the nation.

The demand for employers to respond to health reform, escalating healthcare costs, regulatory pressures, and competitive benefit pressures continues. Employee benefit programs are in the spotlight and under the microscope. As employers seek ways to improve the health and productivity of their workforce, improve the engagement of their employees and ROI in health management programs, and develop value based designs and innovative health delivery approaches, the challenge is to find the balance among employee needs, cost, and quality, while adding value through these benefits.

PwC is pleased to announce the availability of our 2012 Health and Well-Being Touchstone survey. The 2012 survey data contains detailed benefits information provided by approximately 1400 participating companies in 34 different industries across the nation.

PwC's annual Touchstone survey is one of the most comprehensive studies available on benefit plans offered by US-based employers. PwC conducted the 2012 survey, the fifth in the annual series, to uncover and keep track of key trends around benefit program strategy, design and administration.

The 2012 survey provides summary data on medical and prescription drug plan design, costs, COBRA rates, wellness and disease management programs, work-life programs, fringe benefits, future healthcare strategies, retirement benefits, and health reform.

Customized reports, based on industry, size and geographic location are available only to survey participants. If you are interested in participating in next year's survey, please contact Hollie Bialek.