DEARBORN, MI – Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill estimates $800 billion could be slashed from the nation’s annual health-care bill, and he sees a major role for auto makers in the cutting room. O’Neill, now heading the Pittsburgh Regional Healthcare Initiative, a consortium of Southwestern Pennsylvania businesses, hospitals and insurers aimed at improving health care and reducing costs, says car companies need to work with area coalitions like PRHI to drive efficiencies into ...
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