Key figures on annual health costs of U.S. companies 2011

This survey illustrates some key facts of U.S. company's annual health care costs in 2011. In that year, the total health care spendings amounted to 10,982 U.S. dollars PEPY and net contributions to 8,453 U.S. dollars PEPY. The employee contribution amounted to 2,529 U.S. dollars.

Key figures on annual health costs of U.S. companies in 2011

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Release date

August 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2011

Number of respondents

512 respondents

Special properties

U.S. employers with at least 1,000 employees

Supplementary notes

Respondents collectively employ 9.2 million full-time employees, have 8.0 million employees enrolled in their health care programs and operate in all major industry sectors. In 2011, respondents spent, on average $10,982 per employee on health care, which equates to a collective $87 billion in total health care expenditures.
* PEPY = per-employee per-year

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