The impending post-retirement health costs of America’s baby boomers may still seem remote, but benefits managers would do well to help their older workers by working together to consider those potentially explosive concerns – and include them in a comprehensive employee health plan.

There are three major forces redefining how individuals plan for their golden years, including: an empowered baby boomer generation of health care consumers, the potential rise of chronic disease due to longer life spans and figuring out how longevity is causing health and wealth to converge.

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