Experts disagree over election's CDHP effect
Opinions vary—sometimes dramatically—on how the election will affect the future of HSAs in particular and CDHPs overall, but there seems to be consensus that, regardless of which party controls Congress and the White House in January 2009, there will be no immediate changes.
Booz & Company, based in New York City, recently modeled many of the possible election scenarios and tested them in a strategic simulation exercise to understand the reforms that would likely emerge under each and the implications for various stakeholders.
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