Health Care Reform is About More than Insurance Costs

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For small businesses, the recent talk about health care reform has served as a bit of a double-edged sword. While many small businesses acknowledge the importance of being able to provide adequate health insurance coverage to their employees, the cost of providing the insurance is something that many cannot bear.

In fact, nearly three-quarters of small business owners cited the cost of premiums as being the number one reason they don’t provide coverage to their employees.

What many don’t realize, however, is that it is not just the rising health care costs that makes small businesses feel the pinch. In fact, many are also concerned by the administrative costs associated with offering insurance coverage to their employees.

This includes the costs of:

  • Marketing
  • Enrollment
  • Premium Collection

It’s because of these cost concerns that many oppose Obama’s health care plan, even if they agree that more Americans should have affordable health care.

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