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The Huge Impact That Employers Can Have on Their Health Care Costs: Navistar's Track Record From 1999 to 2009

Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: November 2014 - Volume 56 - Issue 11 - p e142
doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000331
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In the article by Bunn, Allen, Stave, and Naim (J Occup Environ Med. 2010;52:956–963), the caption for Figure 3 on page 959 appeared incorrectly. The caption should have read “Health Care Cost Trend per Employee/Retiree: 1999–2009,” not “Hospital Cost Trend per Employee/Retiree.” The inadvertent change in name before the colon occurred during the final stage of the publication process. The dates after the colon we are adding now to underscore the length of the time period covered by the graph. We apologize to readers for not issuing this erratum earlier.

Health care cost trend per employee/retiree: 1999–2009.


1. Bunn WB, Allen H, Stave GM, Naim AB. How to align evidence-based benefit design with the employer bottom-line: a case study. J Occup Environ Med. 2010;52:956–963.
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