California Employer Health Benefits Survey Archives
In 1999, The Kaiser Family Foundation, the Health Research and Educational Trust, and UC Berkeley undertook a supplement to the National Employer Health Benefits Survey based on California firms. Since that time, the survey has been conducted annually by Kaiser and HRET. Like the National survey, the California Employer Health Benefits Survey tracks trends in employer health insurance coverage, the cost of that coverage, and other topical health insurance issues. Findings are based on a representative sample of private employers, including those who respond to the full survey and those who indicate only whether or not they provide health coverage. California firms surveyed range in size from three to more than 300,000 employees. Some of the California firms participating in the national survey are included in this study.
For further information on national trends in employer sponsored health insurance please refer to the Kaiser/HRET Annual Employer Health Benefits Survey.
also of interest
- A Comparison of the Availability and Cost of Coverage for Workers in Small Firms and Large Firms: Update from the 2015 Employer Health Benefits Survey
- Visualizing Health Policy: Recent Trends in Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Premiums
- Premiums and Worker Contributions Among Workers Covered by Employer-Sponsored Coverage, 1999-2015
- Visualizing Health Policy: Recent Trends in Employer-Sponsored Insurance