State Differences in Offer Rates and Enrollment in Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Plans That Required No Employee Contribution to the Premium Cost, 2005

Source: Amy K. Taylor and Beth Levin Crimmel, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, MEPS, Statistical Brief #213, July 2008

Among workers at small, private sector-companies, only about half who had individual health insurance in 2005 were required to contribute to monthly premiums. By comparison, 86 percent of workers at companies with 50 or more employees were required to pay for individual coverage.

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