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US Employer-Based Health Insurance Coverage Rates Continue to Fall Health Care Insurance

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US Employer-Based Health Insurance Coverage Rates Continue to Fall

US Employer-Based Health Insurance Coverage Rates Continue to Fall

According to Andrew Hyman, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation director for Health Care Coverage, “This proves that in virtually every state across the United States, there has been a steady fall in employers who provide healthcare insurance in the last See all stories on this topic »

Most Employers Plan To Continue Offering Health Coverage, Survey Finds

According to Healthwatch, the survey helps answer some of the uncertainty over whether U.S. employers plan to comply with the Affordable Care Acts coverage requirements or drop employee health benefits and pay a penalty. Although the large majority See all stories on this topic »

Fewer Michiganders getting health insurance through an employer

While 78.1 percent of nonelderly Michiganders had coverage through their job or a family members job in 2000, 62.9 percent did in 2011, according to the report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a philanthropy whose mission is improving health See all stories on this topic »