National Center for Policy Analysis Congressional Briefing
Is Consumer-Directed Health Care Reshaping the Health Care System?
|Wednesday, April 21, 2004 |
9am - 11am
Room B-318, Rayburn House Office Building
Consumer-directed health care (CDHC) refers to health plans in which employees have a personal health account such as a Health Savings Account (HSA) or a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) from which they pay medical expenses directly. More broadly, CDHC includes defined contribution arrangements under which employees receive a fixed dollar contribution from an employer to choose among various plans. Those opting for plans with lots of extras may have to contribute more of their own money; those choosing bare-bones plans contribute less of their own money.
Get the latest from two leading health insurance providers - Assurant Health and Destiny Health - who are already offering Health Savings Account plans. Also, hear the latest polling on Health Savings Accounts and other consumer-directed health initiatives, their effect on the health care industry and the economy.
This is your opportunity to hear experts on economic and employment policy discuss the outsourcing issue from a free-market perspective.
For more information or to RSVP, please contact Matt Moore or Anna Frederick by phone (202 220-3082) or email email@example.com.
JOHN C. GOODMAN, PH.D.