Health Care Accounts In The News
May 30, 2012
The following articles can help you understand more about the state of health care in our country and how health care accounts contribute. Some even feature HealthEquity and our people.
Health Savings Account Membership Up 18 Percent – 05/30/12 Enrollment in health savings accounts grew 18 percent last year...
–Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News
Retiring employees will need $240,000 for medical expenses without retiree medical plan – 05/10/12 A 65-year-old couple retiring in 2012 is estimated to need $240,000 to cover medical expenses throughout retirement
–Lisa Gillespie, Employee Benefit News
Rand Study: CDHPs Could Save Billions in Spending – 05/10/12 Growth of Consumer-directed Health Plans to one-half of all employer sponsored insurance could save $57 billion annually.
–Stephen Miller, CEBS, SHRM Online
Workplace wellness: CDHP enrollees tend to monitor spending – 03/23/12 Employees enrolled in “consumer-driven” health plans, or CDHPs, are more likely to exhibit cost-conscious behavior than those in traditional plans…
–David Sydiongco, Phoenix Buisness Journal
Unemployed Can Contribute to Health Saving Account – 02/01/10 HealthEquity Chairman Jon Kessler talks to the San Francisco Chronicle's Kathleen Pender about contributing to an HSA if you're unemployed.