Price of Employment-Based Health Insurance Rises More Slowly

The cost of employer-provided health insurance rose 6.1 percent this year, the smallest jump since 1999 but still well above the increase in wages and consumer prices, according to an annual survey released yesterday by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. (Washington Post, Wednesday)

Still a crazy system after all these years.

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