(i) they would avoid any penalty under the "employer mandate,"
(ii) their health care costs would decrease substantially by virtue of reducing coverage and shedding high-cost employees,
(iii) high-cost employees would not be much worse off, as they could acquire coverage on the exchange with no medical underwriting or preexisting conditions.
Based on the plan designs I have seen, this looks like what employers are demanding from the insurance companies.
The healthcare of employees are must be taken good care of.They can't be sick so that the employers wouldn't get any profit.The coverage shouldn't be reduced for the benefits of many low income people.ReplyDelete