The proportion of workers with employer-sponsored health coverage remained steady at about 70 percent between June 2013 and March 2015, according to a new issue brief from the Urban Institute Health Policy Center and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The time period coincides with the first two years of open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act. The percentage of employers offering health insurance also remained stable – 83% in March 2015 compared to 82.3% on June 2013. “Despite rumors to the contrary, so far it would appear that employer-sponsored insurance is holding steady,” said Kathy Hempstead of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. “There are many potentially offsetting factors affecting employer insurance including an expanding economy and the individual mandate, as well as the new marketplaces, and it may take some time before the post-Affordable Care Act trend is discernible.”