Employers continue to express interest in private exchanges, but most are hesitant to be the first to make the jump.

Nearly one-in-four large employers surveyed by Towers Watson say private exchanges could provide a viable alternative for active full-time employees by 2016. The recent survey of employee benefit professionals in mid-size to large companies polled 379 employers representing 8.7 million employees.

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