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Get this from a library! State mandated benefits and employer provided health insurance. [Jonathan Gruber; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. HB31 M workingpaper department ofeconomics STATEMANDATEDBENEFITSANDEMPLOYER PROVIDEDHEALTHINSURANCE JonathanGruber No Nov massachusetts instituteof. Get this from a library! State mandated benefits and employer provided health insurance. [Jonathan Gruber; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: One popular explanation for this low rate of employee coverage is the presence of numerous state regulations which mandate that group health insurance plans must include certain benefits. One popular explanation for this low rate of employee coverage is the presence of numerous state regulations which mandate that group health insurance plans must include certain benefits. By raising the minimum costs of providing any health insurance coverage, these mandated benefits make it impossible for firms which would have desired to offer minimal health insurance at a low cost to do so.
The Incidence of Mandated Employer-Provided Insurance ance for workplace injuries and illnesses. Consequently, inferences drawn from the workers' compensation program may be relevant for mandated health insurance. I. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK AND INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS Summers () argues that, because of wage offsets, the incidence and. State-mandated benefits and employer-provided health insurance. Author of employee health insurance coverage is the presence of numerous state regulations which mandate that group health insurance plans must include certain benefits. By raising the minimum cost of providing any health insurance coverage, these mandated benefits make it Cited by: Gruber J. “State-Mandated Benefits and Employer-Provided Health Insurance.” Journal of Public Economics. ; 55 (3)– Jain T, Harlow BL, Hornstein MD. “Insurance Coverage and Outcomes of In Vitro Fertilization.” New England Journal of Medicine. ; (9)–6. Jensen GA, Gabel by: 7. National Center for Policy Analysis Policy Report , Dallas, Texas. Gruber, Jonathan, , State mandated benefits and employer provided health insurance, NBER Working Paper Gruber, Jonathan, , The incidence of a group-specific mandated benefit: Evidence from health insurance benefits for maternity, American Economic Review, 84 Cited by:
Start studying HOM Exam 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. T/F consumers and small employers may shop for and purchase health insurance through the exchange as a result of the children's health insurance reauthorization act of T/F state mandated benefits laws apply to. Mandated Benefits Compliance Guide is a comprehensive and practical reference manual that covers key federal regulatory issues which must be addressed by human resources managers, benefits specialists, and company executives in all industries.. This comprehensive and practical guide clearly and concisely describes the essential requirements and administrative processes necessary to comply. Gruber, Jonathan, "State-mandated benefits and employer-provided health insurance," Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 55(3), pages , November. The remaining components (mandated benefits, insurance, and paid time off) are valued on average at $34, or % of total compensation - an average annual total compensation amount of $82, * Sample above based on Presbyterian family coverage in conjunction with family dental, vision, life and disability coverage.