Small Employer Health Benefits Survey

The Small Employer Health Benefits Survey (SEHBS), conducted in 2000 and 2002, examines a number of issues related to the decision by small employers about whether to offer health insurance coverage to workers. The SEHBS is co-sponsored by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and the Employee Benefit Research Institute. For more information, contact Paul Fronstin

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2002

Press Release - January 24, 2003

Methodology and Posted Questionnaire

January 2003 EBRI Issue Brief - Small Employers and Health Benefits: Findings from the 2002 Small Employer Health Benefits Survey

2000

Press Release - September 5, 2000

Summary of Findings

October 2000 EBRI Issue Brief - Small Employers and Health Benefits: Findings from the 2000 Small Employer Health Benefits Survey

Fact Sheets
Uninsured Workers
Tax Treatment
Insurance Law

Methodology and Posted Questionnaire

Organization Background Sheets
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Employee Benefit Research Institute