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Currently, employer-based health care is the foundation of health insurance in the United States. More than 181 million Americans get their health coverage today through employers. SHRM believes any approach to health care reform in the United States must preserve the option for employers to provide employer-sponsored health insurance and lower costs for employers and employees.
Employer-based health care is the foundation of health care insurance in our country, providing health benefits to 181 million Americans. However, rising health care costs, challenges implementing and complying with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and continued uncertainty of policy action on health care could lead to the erosion of employer-sponsored health insurance.
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