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Health Benefit Plans & Survey | Mercer

Mercer National Survey of Employer-Sponsored Health Plans

This Year’s Top Trends

This year’s results highlight important trends in employer health program management: balancing affordability and choice, empowering employees to improve their health through tech-enabled solutions, and addressing high-cost claims.

Explore the Findings

MODERATE HEALTH BENEFIT COST GROWTH CONTINUES
Moderate Health Benefit Cost Growth Continues Moderate Health Benefit Cost Growth Continues
LARGE AND MIDSIZED EMPLOYERS SAW HIGHER COST INCREASES THAN SMALL EMPLOYERS
Large & Midsized Employers Saw Higher Cost Increas Large & Midsized Employers Saw Higher Cost Increas
EMPLOYERS’ STRATEGIC PRIORITIES FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS
Employers’ priorities for the next 5 years Employers’ priorities for the next 5 years
MOST LARGE AND JUMBO EMPLOYERS OFFER A CDHP AS AN OPTION
Most Large and Jumbo Employers Still Offer a CDHP Most Large and Jumbo Employers Still Offer a CDHP
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Innovations in Employee Communications for Open Enrollment
WEBINAR REPLAY
Considerations for the New Evolution in Referenced Based Pricing
WEBINAR REPLAY
How to Get Ahead of the Rising Specialty Drug Cost Curve
WEBINAR REPLAY
Health Benefit Trends & Insights You Can Use in 2019
WEBINAR REPLAY
Harnessing the Momentum Digital Health Innovation
WEBINAR REPLAY
Cracking the Design Code to Engage Employees
To meet the various needs and budgets of today’s five-generation workforce, employers are increasingly offering an array of health benefit plans.
  • Tracy Watts

    Mercer’s National Leader for US Health Policy

Healthcare affordability is a priority for many employers. In fact, in 2019 most hit ‘pause’ on requiring members to pay more out-of-pocket for health services.
  • BETH UMLAND

    Director of Research for Health and Benefits

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