The vast majority of health savings account (HSA) owners rolled over money at the end of last year, retaining HSA funds to cover future health expenses, according to new findings by EBRI.
EBRI Issue BriefSept. 19, 201732 pages
Despite predictions the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA) would cause private-sector employers to stop offering health coverage to their workers, the national “offer rate” is ticking up—possibly because of a healthy economy and low unemployment rates, according to new research by EBRI.
EBRI NotesAug 31, 201712 pages
For employers looking to drive more workers to sign up for HSA-eligible health plans, one of the biggest financial incentives they can offer is to reduce or even eliminate the annual premiums, according to new findings by EBRI.
EBRI Issue BriefJul 12, 201720 pages
The first-ever analysis of how health savings accounts (HSAs) are being used over time shows that most account owners use them more as specialized checking accounts rather than investment vehicles, according to new research by EBRI.
EBRI Issue BriefJul 11, 201724 pages
So-called “consumer-driven” health plans with high deductibles are continuing to gain market share in the United States, and are having the intended effect of making people more involved in their own health care, according to new findings by EBRI.
EBRI Issue BriefMay 25, 201728 pages
There are major differences between younger millennial workers and their older Gen X and baby boomer colleagues when it comes to how they view and use health benefits, according to a new analysis by EBRI. Press release. EBRI NotesApr 27, 201712 pages