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Consultants: Stop-loss use dropped in 2010

Workers were a little less likely to be in self-insured health plans in 2010 than in 2009, but they were significantly more likely to have self-insured coverage than in 2001.

Michael Brien and Constantijn Panis, analysts at Deloitte, have included figures supporting that conclusion in a report on self-insured health plans prepared for the U.S. Labor Department.

The Deloitte report gives a snapshot of what the self-insured plan market was like before any PPACA provisions had started taking effect.

The analysts found that pure self-insured plans covered 43.9 percent of the U.S. workers included in the Form 5500 data for 2010, down from 44.3 percent in 2009, but up from 38.6 percent in 2001.

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