Cutting​ into​ cost​ growth​ without​ an​ ACO

Cutting​ into​ cost​ growth​ without​ an​ ACO

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Mohawk Industries, a flooring manufacturer with roughly 21,000 U.S. employees, has achieved a level of success in its wellness activities that would make most employers envious.  The company, based in the northwest Georgia town of Calhoun, currently self-insures about 32,000 people— staffers and their dependents. Mohawk has limited its total medical spending growth to an average of 2% per year for the past eight years. It has done so with closely managed on-site medical clinics, without creating a narrow network of providers and also without an accountable care organization.

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