by Amy Lischko
Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research
December 12, 2012
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, CDHC plans are “proving to be an important lower-cost option to help both employers and employees manage increasing health care costs.” New research suggests that the growth of CDHC plans nationally in the employer market from the current level of 13 percent to 50 percent could reduce health care spending by at least $57 billion annually.



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