SPOTLIGHT: Employees dislike CDHPs


Sure, enrollees in consumer-directed health plans spend less than those enrolled in traditional plans--and that makes employers happy. But the employees aren't so pleased. New research suggests that employees aren't satisfied with their CDHPs, in part because they feel that they won't be able to find high-quality providers as easily. These stats call the whole future of the CDHP movement into question. Article

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