More than half (56%) of U.S. employers are confident that public exchanges will be a viable option for their pre-age 65 retirees who are not yet eligible for Medicare, according to a new Willis Towers Watson survey.

This finding is significant because it shows that employers see public exchanges as relatively stable after a rocky start. They also provide a solution to a longstanding problem for employers — how to provide more affordable health insurance to pre-65 retirees.

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