Small firms pay 18% more in Health Insurance Premiums.

  1. Employees in the nation's smallest firms pay, on average, 18 percent more in health insurance premiums for the same benefits than do those in the largest firms, a new Commonwealth Fund-supported study finds. By examining coverage provided by various types of employers and insurance plans, the study also reveals wide variations by state--with employees in states with large urban populations, like California, Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania, getting better benefits and more value than those in rural states.
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