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Every year, the human resources department of Company Z [#permalink]
28 Feb 2007, 12:02
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Every year, the human resources department of Company Z offers new employees a health insurance open house. Company Z invites ten providers to set up tables in the conference room and distribute information to employees, as well as enroll new participants. If the new employees enroll in plans that day, Company Z pays 100% of the premium. Healthpro, one of the smaller providers, is hoping to enroll many of the new employees. To that end, Healthpro has informed current employees who have Healthpro insurance that free mini-physicals and cholesterol screenings will be available at the open house.
Which of the following, if true, most strongly supports the plan to offer free physicals and screening as a way for Healthpro to enroll new employees?
A) Most people find health insurance policies confusing and rely on word of mouth from fellow employees to make decisions about providers.
B) For the past three years, Healthstart, the largest health insurance company in the state, has enrolled the largest number of new employees.
C) Healthpro is not the only insurance provider to offer free physicals and screenings to participants.
D) If employees do not enroll in health insurance plans at the open house, Company Z will reimburse a portion of the premium paid by the employee.
E) Employees at Company Z, along with two other large corporations, make up almost ninety percent of Healthproâ€™s participants.
B) The question has nothing to do with HealthStart, just HealthPro
C) It doesn't matter what everyone else does, just whether it will be effective for HealthPro
D) Premium payment doesn't have anything to do with healthPro's enrollment
E) This supports A, but not the passage
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