To contain health benefits expenses, an Anonymous US Finance Company introduced a consumer-directed health plan (CDHP) in 2006 which had triple-tax favoured status and connected into health savings accounts. To help ensure employees did not become overly cost-conscious and skimp on their medical care the company provided and promoted preventive health services. Initially 10% of employees enrolled and within a year this had increased to 15%. The CDHP was a cost saver with costs being about $1000 ...

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