The Financial Impact of Medical Savings Account Plans

Bond, Michael T.; Knapp, Deborah Erdos
January 2001
Business Horizons;Jan2001/Feb2001, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p77
Academic Journal
Examines the Medical Saving Accounts (MSA), a non-traditional forms of employee health care coverage which aims to control health care costs. Advantages of MSA; MSA and health insurance basics; Controversy on MSA; Examination of real world MSA data.


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