Consumer-driven plans still rare in R.I. <br> <i>But high premiums add to appeal of new options</i>

Consumer-driven health plans, long resisted by Rhode Island employers accustomed to rich benefit packages, are gaining more popularity in the state, especially among companies covered by UnitedHealthcare of New England, which actively promotes such plans. The number of United subscribers in Rhode Island with consumer-driven plans – high-deductible plans tied to health savings accounts or…

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