California workers are getting squeezed by fewer employers offering health care coverage while premiums and cost-sharing rise. See results from the employer survey.
California Employer Health Benefits Survey: Fewer Covered, More Cost (1.21 MB)
California Employer Health Benefits Survey: Data Files, 2012 (2.14 MB)
California Employer Health Benefits Survey 2011 (1.94 MB)
California Employer Health Benefits Survey 2010 (2.72 MB)
California Employer Health Benefits Survey 2009 (2.02 MB)
California Employer Health Benefits Survey 2008 (2.04 MB)
Employer-based coverage is the leading source of health insurance in California as well as nationally. This report of selected findings from the 2012 California Employer Health Benefits Survey provides a snapshot of the employer-based coverage landscape in the lead-up to implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2014. The percentage of employers reporting that they offer coverage continues its decline, with only 60% now offering insurance to employees. More than one-third of surveyed firms said they are increasing the premium cost to their workers in the coming year, and almost one-fourth plan to increase employees' deductibles.
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Key findings include:
Due to a delay in getting the data, this survey report has been condensed. A comprehensive version of the 2013 survey will be released in December.
The complete Almanac report is available as a Document Download.
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California Employer Health Benefits Survey: Fewer Covered, More Cost