Key findings:

•Fifty-two percent of employers report attempting to maintain grandfathered status of their health plans.

•Thirty-eight percent of respondents believe it’s beneficial to maintain grandfathered status.
•Few employers plan to make significant changes to their health benefits, however many (36%) plan to   adjust their medical benefits to keep pace with medical inflation.
•While several organizations are aware of the Early Retiree Reinsurance Act, many (76%) do not offer retirees health care coverage.
•According to some employers (30%), a few employees have already taken advantage of the expanded health care coverage for dependents up to age 28 (under Ohio law).
•Nearly all organizations (90%) have not created a policy to comply with the provisions of the health care reform law that deal with providing breaks to nursing mothers
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