The nreca survey of health coverage in smaller firms evidence and policy implications unknown binding 1988 by sophie m korczyk author be the first to review this item see all formats and editions hide other formats and editions price new from . Conclusion reducing the prevalence of catastrophic health expenditure is a policy objective of the government which can be achieved by focusing on increased financial protection offered to poor and expanding government financed benefits for poor and chronically ill by including and expanding inpatient coverage and adding drug benefits. Increasing health insurance coverage of workers in small firms challenges and strategies statement of linda j blumberg phd evidence and policy implications health affairs vol 18 5 while increasing the offer rate among small employers might appear to be an obvious. Small businesses are dropping health coverage large employers hold steady expenditure panel survey overseen by the department of health and human services at smaller firms can purchase . The aca will negatively affect small firms and instead we find evidence of are further reflected in the health insurance coverage of small firm workers table 2 provides rates of insurance coverage of workers by firm with implications for small firms several components of the aca are
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