The majority (56%) of employers say they are likely to continue to offer employer-sponsored health insurance after the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act largely goes into effect in 2014, according to a new survey conducted by GfK Custom Research North America.
Meanwhile, only 12% of benefits decision-makers say they would be very or somewhat likely to drop coverage while another 32% of the 502 private-sector companies surveyed are not quite sure what they will do.
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