Containing Out-of-Pocket Healthcare Costs

In the effort to create a consumer-driven healthcare industry, innovations are needed to help individuals and families carry a hefty cost-sharing load.

With deductibles and copayments spiking, health plans and employers are pushing the bounds of consumer tolerance for out-of-pocket healthcare spending.

A pair of reports released this month by the Washington, DC-based Commonwealth Fund spotlight the delicate balancing act playing out in the elevation of consumers’ economic role in the health insurance market.

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