What Do Consumers Think About Consumer-Directed Health Plans?

December 16, 2014 | by Renee Lutzen

What Do Consumers Think About Consumer-Directed Health Plans?

As employee health benefits programs evolve, keeping consumers up to date on their options is increasingly important for employers. In fact, it's an outright opportunity to foster employee goodwill. A recent study from the National Business Group on Health found that almost one-third of employers plan to offer workers a consumer-directed health plan (CDHP) as the only health benefit option in 2015. read more >>

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