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Sara Collins.

Sara Collins, assistant vice president at the Commonwealth Fund and co-author of the report, said:’adult bear with health problems or with lower incomes the major financial burden on the consumer-driven plans associated Two-thirds of people in. Consumer-driven plans with annual household incomes below $ 50,000 by 5 % or more of their income to spend for medical expenses and premiums and to to % or more % or more. ‘.

Consumer – Driven Health Plans slowly Catch Finds Second Annual ReportAmericans are are not consumer-driven health plans warms, a relatively new type of coverage that offers reduced premiums but carries higher annual deductibles. Enrollment in consumer-driven plans remains low, and satisfaction continues to lag behind when published with more comprehensive health insurance comparison, according to a survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute and The Commonwealth Fund, nonpartisan organizations..