Baltimore Sun, February 29, 2008
Greg Scandlen, one of the country's leading advocates for "consumer-directed" insurance plans, says such plans would provide better, cheaper performance and are growing faster than expected. Critics say the plans might work well for the healthy and wealthy but would shift more cost to patients, which would possibly make some patients avoid needed treatments because of the out-of-pocket costs.
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