INSURICA Employee Benefits Insights

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November 2022
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According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, approximately 156,199,800 Americans receive health benefits via employer-sponsored plans.

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President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law on August 16, following House and Senate passage.

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According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, approximately 156,199,800 Americans receive health benefits via employer-sponsored plans.

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As healthcare benefits costs continue to rise, 67% of U.S. employers are focused on cost control over the next three years. This is in response to an expected 6% increase in healthcare costs in 2023, compared to the average 5% increase this year.

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Health benefits are a top priority for most employers, but hearing health is often overlooked.

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