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David Brown poses for a photograph at his advertising and marketing agency BrownPartners, in Philadelphia. Brown has been able to offer health insurance to his seven employees, but has had to cut benefits because of rising costs.

In the year since health care reform became law, a new survey finds that employers across the U.S. are maintaining their health care benefits, implementing cost-sharing methods and assessing the long-term impact of reform on their organizations. “Health Care Reform: Employer Actions One Year Later,” released by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, uncovers actions employers have taken in the last 12 months and explores their plans for the upcoming year.

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