Population health analytics vendor Healthentic has discovered employers pay more than $113,000 in medical expenses for "high-cost" people they cover compared to $2,751 for everyone else.

The findings were released in a report detailing some of the numbers surrounding high-cost workers and their families--those with costs of $50,000 or more--compared to the market at large.

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