U.S. health care cost trends for companies 1999-2019

Health care cost trends of U.S. companies from 1999 to 2019

U.S. health care cost trends for companies 1999-2019 This survey represents US company's health care cost trends from 1999 to 2019. In 2004, the health costs of U.S. employers for employees after plan and contribution changes increased some 11.3 percent.
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Health care cost trends of U.S. companies from 1999 to 2019

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Health care trend after plan and contribution changesHealth care trend before plan and contribution changes
2019*5%5.5%
20184.7%5.3%
20174%5%
20164.4%6%
20154%5%
20144.9%6%
20134.2%6%
20125.5%6.8%
20115.5%8%
20106.8%8%
20096.8%8%
20085.3%8%
20076.4%9%
20068.3%-
20059.2%-
200411.3%-
200313%-
200214.7%-
200110.3%-
20009.7%-
19997.5%-
Health care trend after plan and contribution changesHealth care trend before plan and contribution changes
2019*5%5.5%
20184.7%5.3%
20174%5%
20164.4%6%
20154%5%
20144.9%6%
20134.2%6%
20125.5%6.8%
20115.5%8%
20106.8%8%
20096.8%8%
20085.3%8%
20076.4%9%
20068.3%-
20059.2%-
200411.3%-
200313%-
200214.7%-
200110.3%-
20009.7%-
19997.5%-
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This survey represents US company's health care cost trends from 1999 to 2019. In 2004, the health costs of U.S. employers for employees after plan and contribution changes increased some 11.3 percent.
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