Businesses Health System should not be on the employer-sponsored coverage of confidence.

Businesses Health System should not be on the employer-sponsored coverage of confidence, Opinion Piece StatesIn the current U.S. Labor market ‘, where most people change employers frequently, over a lifetime ‘to that ‘reliance on the employer ‘Health insurance coverage ‘does not make sense economically, ‘Peter Beilenson – founder of Maryland Health Care for All Initiative and the medical officer for Howard County, Maryland – Baltimore Sun writes in an opinion piece. Says that says that employer-sponsored coverage is the ‘most problematic aspect of of our current health care system.

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He concludes that it is in the best interest of the U.S. Economy provision of health insurance provision of health insurance from work, so that of of unnecessary burdens, a fairer playing field and competitive globally (Beilenson, Baltimore Sun.. After Beilenson, employer – based coverage is not to encourage the companies to cover preventive, because it is likely employees will leave before the company is reaping the benefits. , the added that, the cost of health care coverage at far greater rates than other sectors of the economy that is larger and larger root on businesses, particularly small businesses rose. Beilenson continues that recent court decisions also force companies Unfortunately, health insurance offer to change their practices to adequately cover the costs of retirees benefits.‘of Congress has. A free service from of The Henry J. Releases. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. Writing do not delay be Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit, Writes lawmakers.

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