By Thomas Beaton
Employer-sponsored health plans that include high cost sharing expectations can help control spending for plan sponsors, but could create longer-term health risks for employee beneficiaries.
Striking the right balance between lowering costs and enabling healthy decision-making can be a challenge for employers and payers looking to design cost-effective plans.
How can plan sponsors leverage the positive features of high deductibles and equitable cost sharing without tempting beneficiaries on a budget to forego recommended care?
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