Illinois employers like MSA model

December 2000
Employee Benefit News;Dec2000, Vol. 14 Issue 14, p7
Reports that the Medical Savings Account (MSA) designed by Destiny Health has generated considerable interest among employers in Illinois. Hurdle to the adoption of MSA in the United States; Number of request for proposals received by Destiny Health from employers in Illinois for the MSA; Features of the MSA offered by Destiny Health.


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