High-deductible health plans did not make us better healthcare consumers

According to a recent study published in the JAMA Open Network, it found contrary to expectations, there may not be a correlation between deductible costs and member outcomes for commercial high deductible plans. It means, contrary to prior research, high-deductible health plans were supposed to make us better healthcare consumers, but they have failed.  However, according to the researchers, there were four possible explanations for this discrepancy. Read article here…

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