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The Business Case for Employment-Based Health Benefits Project
August 2015, EBRI Issue Brief #417
"Financial Incentives, Workplace Wellness Program Participation, and Utilization of Health Care Services and Spending"
March 2015, EBRI Issue Brief #412
"Financial Incentives and Workplace Wellness-Program Participation"
March 2013, EBRI Notes
"'Post' Script: What's Next for Employment-Based Health Benefits?"
August 2012, EBRI Issue Brief #374
"'After' Math: The Impact and Influence of Incentives on Benefit Policy"
July 2012, EBRI Issue Brief #373
"Private Health Insurance Exchanges and Defined Contribution Health Plans: Is It Deja Vu All Over Again?"
July 2011, EBRI Issue Brief #360
"Employment-Based Health Benefits and Taxation: Implications of Efforts to Reduce the Deficit and National Debt"
April 2011, EBRI Notes
"Innovations in Employment-Based Health Benefits"
February 2010, EBRI Issue Brief #339
"Employers, Workers, and the Future of Employment-Based Health Benefits"
June 2009, EBRI Issue Brief #330
"Addressing Health Care Market Reform Through an Insurance Exchange: Essential Policy Components, the Public Plan Option, and Other Issues to Consider"
January 2009, EBRI Issue Brief #325
"Capping the Tax Exclusion for Employment-Based Health Coverage: Implications for Employers and Workers"
August 2008, EBRI Issue Brief #320
"Lessons From the Evolution of 401(k) Retirement Plans for Increased Consumerism in Health Care: An Application of Behavioral Research"
February 2008, EBRI Notes
"The Future of Employment-Based Health Benefits: Have Employers Reached a Tipping Point?
February 2008, EBRI Issue Brief #314
"ERISA Pre-emption: Implications for Health Reform and Coverage"
September 2007, EBRI Issue Brief #309
"Health Insurance and Taxes: Can Changing the Tax Treatment of Health Insurance Fix Our Health Care System?"
June 2005, EBRI Issue Brief #282
"The Muskegon Access Health Three-Share Plan: A Case History"
March 2004, EBRI Issue Brief #267
"The Business Case For Investing in Employee Health: A Review of the Literature and Employer Self-Assessments"
January 2003, EBRI Issue Brief #253
"Small Employers and Health Benefits: Findings from the 2002 Small Employer Health Benefits Survey"
October 2002, EBRI Issue Brief #250
"Employer Attitudes and Practices Affecting Health Benefits and the Uninsured"
October 2000, EBRI Issue Brief #226
"Small Employers and Health Benefits: Findings From the 2000 Small Employer Health Benefits Survey"
Paul Fronstin, and Jason Lee. “A Community Expands Access to Health Care: The Case of Access Health in Muskegon, Michigan.” Health Affairs 24(3), May/June 2005.
Paul Fronstin, Alphonse G. Holtmann, and Kerry Anne McGeary. Wage Gains from Better Health and Employment-Based Health Insurance. in Research in Labor Economics, Vol. 22: Worker Well-Being and Public Policy, Solomon W. Polachek (ed.) Elsevier Science, Oxford, 2003: 351-368.
Ellen O'Brien. "Employers' Benefits from Workers' Health Insurance." Milbank Quarterly 81 (1), 2003.
The Economic Costs of the Uninsured: Implications for Business and Government, EBRI-ERF book based on the May 2000 policy forum.
"Productivity Gains From Employment-Based Health Insurance," in The Economic Costs of the Uninsured: Implications for Business and Government, EBRI-ERF book based on the May 2000 policy forum.
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