PIggy bank with coins Accordingto projections from Devenir, the HSA market is expected to grow invalue from just under $54 billion in 2018 to nearly $75 billion in2020. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Have employees fallen out of love with high-deductible healthplans and health savings accounts? According to research from EBRI, after the significant gainsHSA enrollment has seen since their inception in 2004, growth rateshave been slowing down in recent years.

“We're not seeing tremendous growth rates anymore, but you areseeing strong growth when you look at administrative records fromproviders,” said Paul Fronstin, director of health and researcheducation at EBRI in a recentwebinar exploring the potential factors behind the lagginggrowth.

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Emily Payne

Emily Payne is director, content analytics for ALM's Business & Finance Markets and former managing editor for BenefitsPRO. A Wisconsin native, she has spent the past decade writing and editing for various athletic and fitness publications. She holds an English degree and Business certificate from the University of Wisconsin.