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EBRI Finds 9% of Health Plan Members in High-Deductible Heck

Many U.S. adults with private health coverage now have high-deductible health plans with no personal health accounts, according to Paul Fronstin.

Fronstin, a benefits researcher at the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), Washington, writes about people who have high-deductible health coverage but no health savings accounts (HSAs) or health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) in an analysis of results from an online survey of 4,703 privately insured adults ages 21 to 64.

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