Consumerism and the Brave New World of health benefits

Domaszewicz, Alexander
November 2003
Employee Benefit News;Nov2003, Vol. 17 Issue 14, p30
Considers a number of related forward-thinking ideas that would possibly garner employers' attention regarding consumer-directed health plans (CDHP) and consumerism in the U.S. Benefits from health care consumerism; Types of initiatives which can be linked to health/benefits consumerism; Things that become less common as consumerism and CDHP evolve.


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