The Employer Health Benefits Survey is the benchmark survey for understanding the rapidly changing health insurance market. For nearly two decades newspapers across the country have relied on the survey in their reporting. Over the last several years hundreds of papers have covered the survey. It is important for the experience of employers like yours to be represented in their coverage.

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A Family’s Health Insurance Cost More Than $22,000 in 2021, Survey Finds

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Family health care coverage at work tops $22,000 a year

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Survey: Employers bolster health insurance plans during the pandemic with more mental health care, telemedicine; costs rise about 4%

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Employer-sponsored coverage keeps getting more expensive

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Cost of family health insurance tops $22,000 this year


Nearly 40% of employers expanded mental health benefits during the pandemic

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Report: Employer Insurance up 4 Percent From Last Year

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Workers With Health Insurance Face Rising Out-of-Pocket Costs

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