Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
New England Public Policy Center Policy Brief
Small employers and expanded health insurance coverage
New England states have been national leaders in developing and enacting health insurance programs. But as the new laws play out on real ground, various constituencies are seeing real or perceived devils in the detail of the expansion laws. For one group in particular—small employers—efforts to extend coverage have become a two-edged sword.
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Phil Primack, "Small employers and expanded health insurance coverage"
, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, New England Public Policy Center Policy Brief, issue Jul, 2007.
Keywords: Health care reform ; Small business ; Insurance; Health
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