A recent study revealed one in ten mid-size employers will stop offering their employees coverage once the insurance exchanges become operational. An earlier study found 30% of all employers will “definitely” or “probably” stop offering their workers health insurance once the bulk of the healthcare reform law’s mandates take effect in 2014. In both cases, White House officials questioned the validity of the studies by citing two other studies that projected the reform law and its regulations will have little effect on employer-sponsored plans nationwide.
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New study: 1 in 10 employers to stop offering health benefits