UAW-GM health model to be a test
AP/Chicago Tribune, November 30, 2007
On Sept. 26, the United Auto Workers and General Motors Corp. settled on a revolutionary new contract that shifts $46.7 billion worth of retiree healthcare costs from the company to the union. Now those in the healthcare industry see the deal as a major change in the way healthcare is priced and delivered.
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