Mapping the road to 2014

A look at how employers are viewing the prospect of health insurance exchanges - including some outside-the-box new ideas.

By Kathleen Koster
June 1, 2011

Employers nationwide - both big and small - are watching and waiting to see whether the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's state exchanges will succeed when they open for business in 2014. Small employers and those with low-paid or part-time employees are especially interested in finding out whether funneling their employees into an exchange or finding coverage for them through one would be beneficial.

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