Businesses with fewer than 10 employees may be warming to health care benefits

Sana used data from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to analyze how employee health insurance benefits at microbusinesses have changed over time—and how those benefits compare to the health insurance offered by small businesses (those with up to 50 employees).   

Elisa Fernández-Arias
Posted 11/15/22

Sana used data from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to analyze how employee health insurance benefits at microbusinesses have changed over time—and how those benefits compare to the health insurance offered by small businesses (those with up to 50 employees). 

 

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