Health care advisory firm PinnacleCare is moving into the employee benefits space. The 12-year-old company has traditionally offered its advisory services to wealthy, private clients, but it's recently launched PinnacleCare Connection, a service that connects employees with top physicians and medical institutions for second opinions and expedited appointments with their provider of choice.

The benefit is available in a number of ways: Employees can pay for it directly through payroll on a voluntary basis, employers can purchase the benefit and pay on a per employee per month basis, or employers can use a retainer-based model.

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