Medical Economics March 22, 2023
Todd Shryock

Study of enrollment trends highlights the benefits most employers offer their workers

A study that looked at the benefit enrollment trends from more than 450 organizations employing more than 9.5 million people found that employers continue to offer a variety of benefit options that are designed to appeal to the unique needs and preferences of their employees and families.

Alight’s 2023 Benefits and Enrollment Trends report found that 93% of employers offer a choice of medical plans, whether it be a PPO, HDHP, HMO, or other plan type. A large majority, 74%, contribute to a health savings account for employees who enroll in a high-deductible health plan, while roughly half offer some type of supplemental health care benefit,...

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Topics: Employer, Patient / Consumer, Survey / Study, Trends
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