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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Snapshots: Offer Rates for Smaller Establishments by Business Age

Employer-provided health insurance is the primary source of insurance coverage in the United States, covering almost 160 million people or more than 90 percent of the non-elderly privately-insured population.1 In recent years, the percentage of firms who offer such benefits has been falling; 69 percent offered health coverage benefits in 2000,…

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Pulling it Together: Reflections on This Year’s Four Percent Premium Increase

Our 2012 Employer Health Benefits Survey found a 4% increase in premiums this year, continuing the recent trend of moderation in health costs and spending reported in several studies. Double digit increases in premiums were once a common occurrence, but we have not seen any since a 10% increase in…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Section 5: Market Shares of Health Plans

The distribution of enrollment among types of health plans has remained fairly constant over the past several years. The majority of covered workers are enrolled in PPO plans (55%), followed by HMO plans (25%) (Exhibit 5.1). Although annual changes in plan enrollment have been moderate, enrollment in PPO plans has…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Section 11: Retiree Health Benefits

Exhibit 11.1Exhibit 11.4Exhibit 11.2Exhibit 11.5Exhibit 11.3 11 Twenty-eight percent of Medicare beneficiaries receive prescription drug coverage from an employer, a far higher number than receive coverage through a Medicare HMO (15%), Medigap (7%) or Medicaid (10%). Laschober et. al., Health Affairs, February 2002.

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

2003 Health Insurance Survey – Summary and Chartpack

The 2003 Kaiser Family Foundation Health Insurance Survey examines the public's level of satisfaction with their insurance coverage, their expectations of health insurance, the role of costs and other factors in health insurance decision-making, and attitudes toward employer-sponsored coverage. It also explores people's opinions about several alternative health insurance plans…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Section 6: Employee Contributions for Premiums

Exhibit 6.1Exhibit 6.9Exhibit 6.2Exhibit 6.10Exhibit 6.3Exhibit 6.11Exhibit 6.4Exhibit 6.12Exhibit 6.5Exhibit 6.13Exhibit 6.6Exhibit 6.14Exhibit 6.7Exhibit 6.15Exhibit 6.8 

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Medicaid and Health System Reform: The Potential for Integration into an Employer-Based System

Report: Medicaid and Health System Reform: The Potential for Integration into an Employer-Based System

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Trends and Indicators in the Changing Health Care Marketplace 2002

This chartbook provides information on key trends in the health care marketplace including health spending, the structure of the health care marketplace, and health plan and provider relationships. It highlights data on health plan enrollment, premiums, and benefits, and the implications of health market trends for consumers and the safety…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Grandfathering Explained

The Republican leadership in the House of Representatives recently indicated that it will be seeking to repeal regulations under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that govern the “grandfathered” status of health plans. As this aspect of the health reform law gets more scrutiny, it may be useful to review some of…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Snapshots: Premiums, Cost-Sharing and Coverage at Public, Private and Non-Profit Firms

There are important differences in the legal organization and mission of different employers in the United States. In addition to collecting information about premiums and employee cost sharing, the 2012 Employer Health Benefits Survey asked respondents to characterize their ownership structure. Respondents were asked to describe their organization as either a “private…

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