SPOTLIGHT: The end of the line for CDHPs?


A recent report by the Employee Benefits Research Institute maintains that consumer-driven health plans (CDHPs) won't last too much longer if they can't "communicate" better with their intended customers. The report argues that as is, CDHPs are intimidating to consumers, and don't offer adequate assistance in helping to explain things more clearly. While this method of healthcare can be cheaper, simply put, it's just not as convenient. Article

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