Employers considering private health care exchanges should leave themselves plenty of time to make the switch, say two employers who’ve made the move in recent years.

Church & Dwight Co., a consumer packaged-goods company best-known for its Arm & Hammer brand, moved employees to a private exchange run by Buck Consultants, a Xerox Company, last year. Miller-Valentine Group, a commercial real estate company with operations in 22 states, moved employees to Liazon’s exchange last year. Representatives from both companies spoke recently at EBN’s Private Healthcare Exchanges conference in New York City.

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