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Employer Health Benefits 2009 Annual Survey

A recent non-government health care survey is a good complement to the recent Current Population Report P60 series report (see: Health Insurance Coverage: 2008):

Among those that offer benefits, large percentages of firms report that in the next year they are very or somewhat likely to increase the amount workers contribute to premiums (42%), increase deductible amounts (36%), increase office visit cost sharing (39%), or increase the amount that employees have to pay for prescription drugs (37%).

See also: You Have No Idea What Health Costs By Ezra Klein, Washington Post (September 20, 2009). “The most important health-care document released this week was not Sen. Max Baucus’s Healthy Future Act. It was the Kaiser Family Foundation’s 2009 Employer Benefits Survey.”

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