In December 2016 eHealth published results from a survey of more than a hundred small business owners who had purchased group health coverage through eHealth. We asked them whether Donald Trump’s election as President would affect their decisions to offer employees health coverage.
We also asked them how much time they spend managing employees’ benefits, why they offer coverage, and what kinds of coverage they offer to their workers.
Read on to see how small business owners like you feel about the future of health reform and to see how you stack up among other small business owners when it comes to managing employee benefits.
eHealth’s survey was conducted before the Trump administration and Congressional Republicans attempted to repeal and replace the Obamacare law in March of 2017, but the results still have something to say about whether small business owners feel Donald Trump’s election will impact their coverage decisions:
Do you spend more time managing employee benefits than other small business owners? How many of your fellow small business owners are offering additional health benefits beyond medical insurance?
Here are some additional highlights from our survey that can help you understand how you compare to other small business owners.
On managing benefits:
On offering coverage:
For more survey results and more information about the survey methodology, please refer to eHealth’s December 13, 2016 press release.