165: Employer series: Is the cost of employer-sponsored insurance unsustainable?
While always facing a dynamic landscape, one of the biggest issues today in the employer-sponsored insurance market is affordability. As healthcare costs continue to rise, employers are getting increasingly nervous about their ability to pay for employees’ health insurance, especially in a time of heightened worker shortages.
In this episode, guest host and Advisory Board Vice President and spokesperson Aaron Mauck discusses employer market affordability with Advisory Board health plan experts Sally Kim and Max Hakanson. Throughout the conversation, they explore the context of the problem, root causes, and what the future may look like for employer-sponsored insurance.
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