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Section 12: Employer Opinions and Health Management Programs

Exhibit 12.1Exhibit 12.6Exhibit 12.2Exhibit 12.7Exhibit 12.3Exhibit 12.8Exhibit 12.4Exhibit 12.9Exhibit 12.5 12 Kaiser Family Foundation, Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured. Health Insurance Coverage in America, 2002 Data Update, December 2003.13 These answers are not exclusive: 11% of firms that shopped switched both carrier and type of health plan offered. 

Pulling it Together: When Premiums Go Up 39%

Our group that works on health care cost issues just updated an analysis that sheds light on what’s really happening to people in the individual health insurance market, the issue Secretary Sebelius, a former Kansas insurance commissioner, and others have put in the spotlight by calling on Anthem and other…

Pulling It Together: What Conservatives Won In Health Reform (And Don’t Seem to Know It)

Conservatives obviously don’t like what they call “Obamacare” because they think it expands the role of government too much and spends too much money.  But ironically, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) actually promotes — though not explicitly — something that has been a fundamental objective of conservatives in health care…

Pulling It Together: Predictions

I usually don’t make predictions, unless they are backed up by the kind of statistical modeling we often produce.  But here are three predictions I am confident about that form the basis of this latest column. GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS WILL CONTINUE TO RISE AT HISTORICALLY MODERATE LEVELS, AT LEAST…

Five Facts About the Uninsured Population

This issue brief provides basic facts that explain why so many people in America lack health coverage and how being uninsured affects their health and financial security. Issue Brief (.pdf)

Health Coverage for the Unemployed

This policy brief outlines the challenges facing the unemployed as they seek to remain insured after losing jobs and employer-sponsored health coverage. In May 2011, 13.9 million people in the U.S. were unemployed. Of these, 6.2 million had been unemployed for six months or more and faced limited options to…

Retiree Health Benefits Now and In the Future – Chartpack

This chartpack (charts used at the briefing releasing this survey), from the survey conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Hewitt Associates between June and September 2003, provides detailed information on retiree health programs offered by large private-sector employers. The data in this survey reflect the responses of 408 large…

Section 9: Prescription Drugs and Mental Health Benefits

Exhibit 9.1Exhibit 9.5Exhibit 9.2Exhibit 9.6Exhibit 9.3Exhibit 9.7Exhibit 9.4Exhibit 9.89 There are fewer observations for estimating the average copayment for four-tier drugs compared to other drug types.