Containing costs: effectiveness of consumer-driven health plans

The statistic depicts the effectiveness of consumer-driven health plans to contain health insurance costs of U.S. firms in 2010, shown here according to firm size. Among small firms, 25 percent believed that consumer-driven health plans were very effective.

Effectiveness of consumer-driven health plans to contain health insurance costs of U.S. firms in 2010

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Sources

Release date

2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

January to May 2010

Number of respondents

2,046 respondents

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

* Large firms: 200 or more workers
* Small firms: 3-199 workers
* Consumer-driven health plan: (example) High-deductible plan combined with a health savings account

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