With Below Average Cost, Increasing Enrollment, CDHPs Have Big Impact | Houston Benefit Advisors
When most experts think of group healthcare plans, Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plans largely come to mind—though higher cost, they dominate the market in terms of plan distribution and employee enrollment. But Consumer-Directed Health Plans (CDHPs) have made surprising gains. Despite slight cost increases, CDHP costs are still below average and prevalence and enrollment in these plans continues to grow in most regions—a main reason why it was one of the top 7 survey trends recently announced.
In 2017, 28.6% of all plans are CDHPs. Regionally, CDHPs account for the following percentage of plans offered:
By Bill Olson
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