Size doesn't matter: Large, small firm report CDHP success

Shepherd, Leah Carlson
December 2007
Employee Benefit News;Dec2007, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p38
The article assesses the adoption and implementation of consumer-driven health plans (CDHP) at Harrah's Entertainment and Applied Extrusion Technologies (AET). About 80,000 employees at Harrah's received CDHP, with additional $500 each year included as additional for singles and $1,000 for families. AET, on the other hand, puts $700 int health savings account (HSA) for single coverage and $1,400 for family coverage.


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