Funded trends in the completeness of the employer health insurance from 2004 to 2007.

The study, which examined written by researchers at the National Opinion Research Center and Watson Wyatt Worldwide and funded by the Commonwealth Fund, funded trends in the completeness of the employer health insurance from 2004 to 2007. It finds rising rates of underinsurance and unaffordability, particularly for poorer and sicker people.

To calculate whether coverage was affordable, the researchers examined whether would OOP spending for both premiums and medical benefits % of the revenues % of income. Fork and his colleagues found that affordability declined at all levels of income between 2004 and 2007. For example, about 18 % of people spend with family income at 200 % of poverty, more than 10 % of their income out of pocket in 2007, down from 13 % in 2004 .Other authors have of the paper are an assistant professor Satoshi Fujita, senior coordinator of this study Shaheen Dhanani, assistant professor Hans Dreyer, graduate student Christopher Fry, assistant professor Micah Drummondville, professor Melinda Sheffield – moors and a professor Blake Rasmussen.

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