Case Studies of Employer Health Benefit Policies


Employers have been changing health benefits, reducing contributions, or deciding not to offer benefits at all in recent years. As a result, workers and their dependents are increasingly at risk of being uninsured, inadequately insured, or lacking in choices among health plans. Through case studies with large and small employers, this project will explore the current state of employer health benefit policies. It will also examine likely future trends and attitudes toward public policy options for improving coverage for small business and self-employed workers. The case studies will expand on what the Fund is learning through employer surveys, giving a fuller picture of the dynamics of employer decision-making.

Grant Details

Grantee Organization:
Institute for Health Policy Solutions
Principal Investigator:
Richard Curtis and Suzanne Mercure
Award Amount:
Approval Date:
November 10, 1998

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