Choices of health insurance and the two-worker household
U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Center for General Health Services Intramural Research, 1991 - Business & Economics - 8 pages
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41 percent 60 percent age sixty-five Agency for Health American Economic Review availability of employment-related availability of health categories for 1987 Center for Health choice chose family coverage DATAWATCH double coverage eamings earnings category Effect of Coinsurance employer cost containment employment status employment-related benefits employment-related coverage available employment-related health Employment-Related Plans Enrollment In Employment-Related family plan ﬁg Health Care Policy health insurance coverage health insurance plan Household Survey Husband family husband individual income individual plan job-related health benefits large firms market for health Medical Expenditure Survey Monheit Multivariate Analysis National Medical Expenditure NMES Number of households offered coverage offered employment-related offered offered offered percent in 1977 percent in 1987 percent of households plan Both family Policy and Research Project HOPE Center small firms spouse works full Spouses Employed spouses were offered two-spouse families two-worker families two-worker households Type of employment-related Uninsured Wife family wife individual wife’s job workers were eligible