Every benefits adviser knows that from the perspective of the C-suite, selecting a health plan has as much to do with controlling costs and maintaining competitive advantage as it does with employee wellbeing, right?

Well, not entirely. In the latest edition of the Integrated Benefits Institute’s CFO Survey, executives also reported that they are more personally involved in such decisions and are not as exclusively motivated by dollars-and-cents calculations as previously believed.

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