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Three studies by Hewitt, Towers Perrin, and Information Strategies Inc. indicate that healthcare premium cost increases may be moderating for employers.
Continued Presidential support of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), and indications by a key House Democratic health advisor bode well for the growth and development of consumer-directed healthcare—no matter who controls Congress after the fall elections.
A Michigan company announces expansion of its CDHC efforts as the market grows for solutions that enable consumers to better utilize HSAs and other product offerings.
An Annual Buying Trends Study found that while most believe consumer-driven health plans (CDHP) will be an adopted solution, the survey of 20,000 insurance agents and brokers highlighted beliefs that CDHP will work significantly better if consumers are provided with the tools and incentives to encourage their successful use of the plan.
Comparability rules apply whenever employers seek to fund employee HSAs outside of a Section 125 cafeteria plan.

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