Employer sponsored insurance (ESI) continues to be foundational to the delivery of health care to Americans, but significant challenges around cost, quality, and equity remain, a new survey from the Milken Institute, Reimagining the Future of Employer-Sponsored Health Care to Drive Value: Survey Insights, has found.

The institute noted that health care is one of the top policy issues in the U.S., but that attitudes among employers about ESI are not widely known.

"This is pioneering work out of our public health team," said Sarah Wells Kocsis, director of the Center for Public Health at the Milken Institute and one of the paper's authors. "We felt that this was an unmet need that we could address. We were really pleased to have 72 employers of different sizes and sectors represented in this sample."

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