One of the key goals of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is expanding access to basic and preventive healthcare. The concern, however, is that at least initially the flood of newly insured individuals (some 27 million, according to the Congressional Budget Office) will overtax the healthcare system and lead to longer waits for care. It is this aspect of the law that has employers worried, particularly when it comes to the impact such delayed care could have on ...

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