The US Senate Finance Committee began formal consideration of its health care reform plan on September 22, 2009. While subsequent media attention focused on the omission of the public option, a potentially transformative component of the plan is a proposed excise tax on high-cost employer-sponsored health insurance.1,2 In this Commentary, we explain why this proposed new tax represents a major development in health care financing and offer a preliminary assessment.
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