Employers appear to be adapting to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and, despite the new mandates, are spending less on health insurance per employee than they have in the past, according to new research.

Employee eligibility rates have risen since January, 2014, when the major provisions of the ACA began phasing in, but employee participation levels have held steady, helping employers to limit their overall health spend.

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