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Doctor If some version of the language in two House bills, H.R. 6199 and H.R. 6311, becomes law, the range of health-related items that an HSA can be used for could be greatly expanded. (Image: Thinkstock)

More and more Americans who get their health care insurance where they work are choosing to enroll in high-deductible plans, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The most obvious driver of this trend is that high-deductible plans mean lower premiums for both the worker and the plan sponsor.

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