Consumer-driven plans await test from sicker enrollees

Elswick, Jill
August 2004
Employee Benefit News;Aug2004, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p42
Discusses the use of consumer-driven health plans by employees in the U.S. Response of chronically ill employees to consumer-driven plans; Results of a study conducted by UnitedHealth on the utilization of its consumer-driven plan, including the use preventive health services; Factors considered in selecting a consumer-driven plan.


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