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Employees lack clear understanding of their health plan choices, and just 10 percent of employers are very confident that their employees do understand their health insurance offerings.
So say a survey and white paper from HSA Bank. Although 75 percent of employers are “somewhat confident,” according to HSA Bank, that’s not really a vote of confidence. In fact, the report suggests that a top priority for HR professionals should be “raising employee confidence in plan selection through more effective education.”
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