Today's report uses data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation to examine the characteristics of people with employer-provided health insurance coverage as well as the characteristics of employers that offer health insurance.
What does EPHI stand for?
EPHI stands for Employer-Provided Health Insurance
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of EPHI
We have 2 other meanings of EPHI in our Acronym Attic
- Electronic Public Health Development Project
- École Pratique des Hautes Études (French: Practical School of Advanced Studies)
- Emulated Peripherals for High pErformance Microcontrollers
- Enhancement-Mode Pseudomorphic High Electron Mobility Transistor
- European Public Health and Environment Network (UK)
- Edmonton Power Historical Foundation (Canada)
- East Pasco Habitat for Humanity (Dade City, FL)
- EDSA (Epifanio de los Santos Avenue) Properties Holdings, Inc. (est. 1987; Philippines)
- Electronic Personal Health Information
- Electronic Protected Health Information (HIPAA)
- Environmental Public Health Indicator
- East Price Hill Improvement Association (Cincinnati, OH)
- Electron Proton Helium Instrument
- Education Program for Health Informatics Professionals
- Environnement Professionnel Horlogerie Joaillerie (French: Professional Watchmaking - Jewelry Environment)
- Eastern Professional Hockey League (Canada)
- Esargee Property Holdings Limited (Christchurch, New Zealand)
- Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute (US CDC and National Public Health Leadership Development Network)
- European Public Health Law Network (EU)
- Environment Protection and Heritage Ministerial Council (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
ADDITIONAL W-2 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS Generally, employers who filed 250 or more Form W-2s for 2011, filed in January of 2012, will be required to disclose the value of employer-provided health insurance coverage as an informational item on each employee's W-2.
1: Excise tax levied for employer-provided health insurance plans that cost more than $27,500 yearly for a family plan and $10,200 for an individual plan.
According to the study's authors, "the shift away from employer-provided health insurance will be vastly greater than expected and will make sense for many companies and lower-income workers alike.
While 68% of retirees were covered by employer-provided health insurance in 1992, only 34% of retirees had such coverage in 2006.
ly/d99BCI) including a space to report the cost of employer-provided health insurance that is effectively optional for next year.
The survey authors note that employer-provided health insurance is one piece that has not received enough attention in the health reform debate.
Employees who have employer-provided health insurance on average pay $3,823 of the total family coverage premium of $11,438.