It’s no secret that health care costs have been on the rise — employers and employees. That’s why the Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Company is banding together with 19 other major corporations to try to bring down health care costs.
Tevi Troy, CEO of the American Health Policy Institute, launched the Health Transformation Alliance, to which the companies now belong. He brought them together to find a way to reduce costs for their estimated 4 million employees. Troy says the companies all had various capabilities and lots of data, but lacked one key advantage to bringing down costs.