Workers with access to health care coverage through their employer are increasingly enrolling in high-deductible health plans, both with and without health savings accounts, as enrollment in traditional health plans has fallen.
So says a report from the Centers for Disease Control, based on data from the National Health Interview Survey. The report finds that, for adults aged 18–64 with employment-based coverage, HDHPs with HSAs saw a boost in enrollment from 4.2 percent to 18.9 percent from 2007 through 2017, while over the same period, HDHPs that lacked HSAs rose from 10.6 percent to 24.5 percent.
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