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Employers Want National Approach to Health Care—Still Believe Employer-Based System Works Best: New Survey Looks At Attitudes toward Health Care Reform and Major Health Care Issues.
Date:11/13/2008

While the majority of employers believe the best way to fix the broken health care system is a complete overhaul, they are confident that the U.S. should not move away from an employment based insurance system.

Brookfield, Wisconsin (PRWEB) November 13, 2008 -- While the majority of employers believe the best way to fix the broken health care system is a complete overhaul, they are confident that the U.S. should not move away from an employment based insurance system. In a recent survey of employers who sponsor health care plans, 64% believe that employer-based health care should continue to be the primary mechanism for benefits delivery.

Only 25% of responding employers believe the current health care system should be replaced with a government-sponsored national health care system, and only 20% support replacing the current health care system with universal coverage purchased by individuals.

“Because most Americans with health insurance have coverage through employer-sponsored health plans, these findings provide the valuable perspective of those who currently shoulder the majority of the responsibility for providing health care,” said Sally Natchek, Senior Director of Research at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans.

The majority of respondents, 71%, indicated that the U.S health care system needs a complete overhaul and 68% indicated that there is a need for a uniform, nation-wide approach to health care. Only 28% believe that states should be the drivers of change in health care rather than the federal government.

While responses indicate that a national, employer-based system is needed, there is some reluctance among employers to mandate employer-provided coverage, with 43% of respondents agreeing with this approach.

And although employers believe that health care should be reformed, the majority are not expecting major
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