KFF: Employer Plan Costs To Jump; Mental Health Demand Grows

By Amy Lotven / November 7, 2022 at 5:37 PM
The Kaiser Family Foundation’s annual report on employer health benefits finds that while premiums increased modestly in 2022, recent inflation suggests the millions of Americans who get coverage through their work are likely to see larger premiums in 2023. The report also highlights employers’ stance that telemedicine is particularly useful to meet the growing demand for mental health services. KFF’s 2022 Employer Health Benefits Survey , released Oct. 27, finds the annual family plan is now $22,423 while workers contribute...

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