This May, Deft Research produced a unique report on employer-sponsored health insurance that provides perspectives from both employers who sponsor health plans and their employees.
How the Study Benefits Clients. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, the cost of employer-sponsored health insurance for a family has reached $20,000 per year, with employees, on average, paying $6,000 themselves. Since 2006, Kaiser reports, health insurance premium inflation has been two times higher than wage inflation. Controlling employer-sponsored health benefit expenditures has risen to top priority within the walls of businesses, health insurers, and health care providers alike.
This study will help clients assess the demand for change existing among both benefits administrators and their employees. It will illuminate opportunities to innovate as well as opportunities to excel in the status quo.
Key Findings: According to the report,
|Financial Outlook and the Impact of COVID-19|
|Changes to Health Benefits and Strategy Implementation|
|Employer Health Benefits Offered and Employee Participation|
|Employer and Employee Attitudes on Health Benefits|
|The Role and Influence of Agents and Brokers|
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