RAND Health Research Highlights: High-Deductible Health Plans Not Only Cut Spending But Also Reduce Preventive Care

October 2011
Clinical Scholars Review;2011, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p125
Academic Journal
The article reports on research on health care which was conducted by RAND Health and was reported in the article "Healthcare Spending and Preventive Care in High-Deductible and Consumer-Directed Health Plans" by M. Beeuwkes Buntin, A. M. Haviland, R. McDevitt and N. Sood. The research found that high-deductible health plans cut spending and also reduce preventive care.


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