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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Why Do Hispanics Have So Little Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance?James D. Reschovsky, Jack Hadley, Len M. Nichols Fall 2007
Journal Article
Inquiry
 
Massachusetts Health Reform: Employers, Lower-Wage Workers and Universal CoverageLaurie E. Felland, Debra A. Draper, Allison Liebhaber July 2007
Issue Brief No. 113
 
Behind the Slow Growth of Employer-Based Consumer-Driven Health PlansJon R. Gabel, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Heidi H. Whitmore December 2006
Issue Brief No. 107
 
Employers' Views on Incremental Measures to Expand Health CoverageHeidi H. Whitmore, Sara R. Collins, Jon R. Gabel, Jeremy D. Pickreign November/December 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Tracking Health Care Costs: Continued Stability But at High Rates in 2005Paul B. Ginsburg, Bradley C. Strunk, Michelle I. Banker, John P. Cookson Oct. 3, 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Tracking Health Care Costs: Spending Growth Remains Stable at High Rate in 2005Paul B. Ginsburg, Bradley C. Strunk, Michelle I. Banker, John P. Cookson October 2006
Data Bulletin No. 33
 
Health Benefits In 2006: Premium Increases Moderate, Enrollment In Consumer-Directed Health Plans Remains ModestGary Claxton, Jon R. Gabel, Isadora Gil, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Heidi H. Whitmore, Benjamin Finder, Samantha Hawkins Sept. 26, 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Why Employer-Sponsored Insurance Coverage Changed, 1997-2003James D. Reschovsky, Bradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg May/June 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Generosity and Adjusted Premiums in Job-Based Insurance: Hawaii is Up, Wyoming is DownJon R. Gabel, Roland McDevitt, Laura Gandolfo, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Samantha Hawkins, Cheryl Fahlman May/June 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Public Employees' Health Benefits Survive Major Threats, So FarRobert E. Hurley, Laurie E. Felland, Anneliese M. Gerland, Jeremy D. Pickreign April 18, 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
A Widening Rift in Access and Quality: Growing Evidence of Economic DisparitiesRobert E. Hurley, Hoangmai H. Pham, Gary Claxton Dec. 6, 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Health Benefits in 2005: Premium Increases Slow Down, Coverage Continues to ErodeJon R. Gabel, Gary Claxton, Isadora Gil, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Heidi H. Whitmore, Benjamin Finder, Samantha Hawkins, Diane Rowland September/October 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
What High-Deductible Plans Look Like: Findings from a National Survey of Employers, 2005Gary Claxton, Jon R. Gabel, Isadora Gil, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Heidi H. Whitmore, Benjamin Finder, Shada Rouhani, Samantha Hawkins, Diane Rowland Sept. 14, 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
As the Health Insurance Underwriting Cycle Turns: What Next?Joy M. Grossman, Paul B. Ginsburg November/December 2004
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Trends in Health Insurance Coverage and Access Among Black, Latino and White Americans, 2001-2003J. Lee Hargraves October 2004
Tracking Report No. 11
 
Trends in U.S. Health Insurance Coverage, 2001-2003Bradley C. Strunk, James D. Reschovsky August 2004
Tracking Report No. 9
 
Rhetoric vs. Reality: Employer Views on Consumer-Driven Health CareSally Trude, Leslie Jackson Conwell July 2004
Issue Brief No. 86
 
Employers Shift Rising Health Care Costs to Workers: No Long-term Solution in SightLydia E. Regopoulos, Sally Trude May 2004
Issue Brief No. 83
 
The Effect of Tax Credits for Nongroup Insurance on Health Spending by the UninsuredJames D. Reschovsky, Jack Hadley Feb. 25, 2004
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Tax-free But of Little AccountPaul B. Ginsburg Feb. 16, 2004
Commentary
 
       

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