Borrowing a phrase from Mark Twain, Robert Galvin says reports of the death of employer-sponsored insurance have been greatly exaggerated.

"I don't think employer-sponsored insurance will die. I don't see it," Galvin said during his keynote address last week at the National Business Coalition on Health's annual conference in Washington, D.C.

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