High-deductible plan participants avoiding preventive care

Payne, Emily
October 2017
BenefitsPRO;10/5/2017, p1
High-deductible health care plans have become increasingly popular in recent years, but new research suggests that participants may be confused about their benefits. Researchers at Indiana Â…


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