Medical Economics September 26, 2022
Todd Shryock

Most employers are looking at options to offer coverage while avoiding the costs of a group health plan; employees want more control and more options

A survey from eHealth Inc. found that the majority (51%) of business owners are struggling to cover the cost of employer-sponsored group plans, 60% struggle with the monthly premiums of the plans, and 87% want another way to help employees get insured without offering a traditional group plan.

“Our survey suggests that many employers are unsatisfied with the standard group health insurance model – and many employees feel the same way,” said eHealth CEO Fran Soistman, in a statement.

Employees surveyed are looking for better options and more control when it comes to their health...

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