A new report from The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services finds that approximately 11 million Americans on small employer health insurance rolls will see increases in premiums as a result of the Affordable Care Act, a larger proportion than those actually seeing declines.

The new report by CMS’s Office of the Actuary, at the request of Congress, highlights that the ACA will severely impact health insurance premiums for individuals and their families in the small business category. In 2012, the small fully-insured group health market included 17 million people. 

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