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Employment-based Health Insurance in New Mexico: an Analysis of the 2000 Health Policy Commission Statewide Employer Survey of Health Insurance

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Employment-based Health Insurance in New Mexico: an Analysis of the 2000 Health Policy Commission Statewide Employer Survey of Health Insurance

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Title: Employment-based Health Insurance in New Mexico: an Analysis of the 2000 Health Policy Commission Statewide Employer Survey of Health Insurance
Author: Reynis, Lee A.; Busch-DeMarcus, Dolores; Sylvester, Tony
Subject: Employer-sponsored health insurance
New Mexico
Employee fringe benefits
Health insurance costs
Public sector employers
Businesses
Employer surveys
Abstract: This report presents and analyzes the results of the 2000 Health Policy Commission Statewide Employer Survey. A statewide telephone survey of New Mexico businesses was conducted by the Gilmore Research Group, and a mail-out survey of New Mexico public sector employers was conducted by BBER. The surveys were designed to collect information on employer characteristics, employee benefits, health insurance plans with the largest enrollment, and recent changes in employee health insurance plans and programs. In addition, the private sector survey gathered employers’ opinions, including policy preferences and factors for employee insurance availability. Illustrated with tables. Appendices include the survey methodology, insurance cost data, a sample survey, and bibliography.
Date: 2000-12
Publisher: University of New Mexico, Bureau of Business and Economic Research
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/16760


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