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Concerned about rising health care costs, more large employers are reconsidering a once-spurned solution: offering employees access to company-sponsored clinics. That’s according to a recent study by Mercer, the New York City-based human resources consulting firm. The survey found that 13% of companies with more than 500 employees offer primary care services. While Mercer doesn’t have historical data, it’s a significant increase from just a few years ago, says Bruce Hochstadt, a principal at the company. An additional 10% are considering offering such care over the next two years.

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