Nine percent of U.S. employers in a poll by a health consulting firm said they plan to offer only one health insurance option next year -- a high-deductible policy that may encourage workers to skimp on care.
"Employers can offer these plans, but it takes more than that to get employees to enroll," said Ted Nussbaum, director of health consulting at Watson Wyatt, which advises employers. "In the old model, I (the employee) paid a $10 copay, and that was the end of my responsibility,Tags:


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