Brokers boost familiarity with consumer-driven plans

Elswick, Jill
February 2003
Employee Benefit News;Feb2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p15
Reports on the increasing number of U.S. insurance brokers that are offering consumer-driven group health plans. Percentage of brokers in the Northeast and Midwest offering consumer-driven plans; Reasons for educating brokers about the plan; Perception on the plan.


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