McKinsey fires back

June 20, 2011

If you’ve been following the controversy around the recent McKinsey & Company Quarterly, you’ll want to read this. McKinsey, in a break from its traditional policy, has released survey questions and results from its recent study of employer-sponsored insurance.

McKinsey has been pushed to this unusual step by a groundswell of Democratic unrest about the survey’s methodology. McKinsey’s response explains that “The survey was not intended as a predictive economic analysis of the impact of the Affordable Care Act. Rather, it captured the attitudes of employers and provided an understanding of the factors that could influence decision making related to employee health benefits.”

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