The nreca survey of health coverage in smaller firms evidence and policy implications sophie m korczyk on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers. One of the major social policy issues facing the us in the first decade of the 21st century is the large number of americans lacking health insurance. This finding has important policy implications ability to get jobs in firms that offer coverage by affecting their eligibility if they do get such jobs and by affecting the ability to pay . Additionally according to the us census bureaus 2017 current population survey based on 2016 data 13 percent of employees at firms smaller than 25 employees received health coverage through medicaid in 2016 while 112 percent of employees at firms between 25 and 99 employees were enrolled in medicaid. Increasing health insurance coverage of workers in small firms challenges and strategies statement of linda j blumberg phd principal research associate
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