Group of Companies Plans to Offer Discounted Health Insurance Sixty large companies work with three health insurers to offer a variety of health options to workers who don't qualify for regular coverage. As many as 4 million who lack insurance could be eligible, but some experts say the costs could still be prohibitive for some.

Group of Companies Plans to Offer Discounted Health Insurance

Group of Companies Plans to Offer Discounted Health Insurance

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Sixty large companies work with three health insurers to offer a variety of health options to workers who don't qualify for regular coverage. As many as 4 million who lack insurance could be eligible, but some experts say the costs could still be prohibitive for some.