The Multiemployer Health Plan Landscape:
A Ten-Year Look (2008-2017)

Benefit costs over the past decade have increased on average of 4.8% per year, according to the new report The Multiemployer Health Plan Landscape: A Ten-Year Look (2008-2017)

Employer contributions over the past decade have increased an average of 3.8% per year, down slightly from 4% in last year’s report. More than half of all multiemployer health plans made employer contributions per plan participant per year between $6,000 and $13,999.

This fourth annual multiemployer health plan benchmarking report was produced in partnership with Horizon Actuarial Services, LLC, and the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans.

The comprehensive report covers the plan demographics, benefit costs, income and plan cash flows of 1,535 multiemployer health plans—providing coverage from more than five million participants.

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About the Survey:

The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and Horizon Actuarial Services, LLC, have partnered to build a database of historical information for multiemployer benefit plans in the United States. A database of multiemployer defined benefit (DB) plans was originally developed during the summer of 2014 using publicly available information from Form 5500 filings. The database of multiemployer defined contribution (DC) plans followed in the summer of 2015 as a supplement to the original DB plan database. A separate report incorporating the results from these databases is available through the International Foundation website. The database of health plans, the subject of this report, was developed in the summer of 2017.