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How People Feel About Their Employer-Sponsored Health Plans
The New York Times; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
Sept. 4, 2014
"For people earning between 138 percent and 400 percent of the federal poverty limit, or between $33,000 to $95,000 -- the income range of people who are most likely to buy insurance on the public marketplaces -- more than 23 percent of workers with employer coverage reported having problems paying their medical bills in the last year. For workers even lower on the income spectrum -- who are now eligible for Medicaid coverage in the states that have expanded their programs -- more than 32 percent with employer coverage had struggled to pay their medical bills. But about 9 percent of higher earners also had trouble with health care costs."

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