The strangest news is the reaction of the National Business Coalition on Health to its own survey of employers:
In a departure from other industry polls, employers said they plan to reject private exchanges as a way to control rising health care costs, according to a new survey of more than 330 employers…
In fact, the survey reports that 32 percent are considering moving to one within three to five years, up from 5 percent today. Describing growth of over 600 percent as a “plan to reject” is surely inaccurate.
Read the entire column at NCPA's Health Policy Blog.