Employers hope to save millions by reducing unnecessary ER visits

Facing rising health care costs with few Legislative fixes in sight, Massachusetts employer groups on Tuesday took matters into their own hands, setting out a roadmap for how employers could help workers stop going to the emergency room unnecessarily.

The initiative hopes to reduce inappropriate use of emergency departments by 20 percent in two years, by informing employees about where to access care, using data to track progress, creating partnerships among employer groups, and advocating for…

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