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Now in its 37th year, Mercer’s National Survey of Employer-Sponsored Health Plans has long been a preeminent source of timely, reliable health benefit information, used by employers, policymakers, the health care industry and the media. Unlike other surveys conducted by benefit professionals, Mercer’s survey is statistically representative of all U.S. health plan sponsors with 50 or more employees. With more than 2,000 respondents in 2022, we can provide benchmark data for employer groups based on industry, size and location. Our survey is focused squarely on the strategic issues that matter most to employer health plan sponsors. In our 2022 survey report, we discuss how employers are balancing the need to address rising health care costs with the need to enhance health and well-being programs in a continuing tight labor market.
- Robust – Over 2,000 employers participated in 2022, far more than most other health benefits surveys.
- High standards – The survey uses scientific survey methods to ensure results represent all US health plan sponsors.
- Sharpest focus – Mercer’s health benefit experts frame the questions so you get the data you need.
2022 survey data tables
64 tables with results for survey questions broken out by 8 employer size groups, 4 regions, and 7 industries.
2022 survey report
A 60-page comprehensive report with insightful graphs and expert commentary on the survey findings.