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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Estimates of the Effect on the Prevalence of Employer-Sponsored Health Coverage
John E. Dicken (au)
The share of employers offering health coverage has generally declined in the last decade. Researchers believe that certain provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) could affect employersäó» future willingness to offer health coverage, such as the availability of subsidized coverage through new health insurance marketplaces called äóģexchangesäó¯ and an äóģindividual mandate,äó¯ which will require most people to obtain health coverage or pay a tax penalty. Certain PPACA provisions are scheduled to take effect in 2014. This report examined (1) estimates of the effect of PPACA on the extent of employer-sponsored coverage; (2) factors that may contribute to the variation in estimates; and (3) how estimates of coverage vary by the types of employers and employees that may be affected, as well as other changes employers may be considering to the health benefits they offer. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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