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Six months after the enactment of major healthcare reform in the U.S., companies seem to be settling into the status quo. Two recent surveys show the majority of employers plan to continue providing health coverage when state exchanges start operating in 2014. A survey of more than 2,800 companies by HR consultancy Mercer found that just 6% of large companies–those with more than 500 employees–say they are likely to stop providing health plans in 2014. The possible falloff is greater among small companies, 20% of which say they are likely to stop providing health plans.

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