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The number of enrollees participating in HSA-eligible plans more than doubled between 2013 and 2018, from 4% to 10%.

A recent study has found that health plan deductibles rose across the board between 2013 and 2018, with PPO plans seeing the largest increase and HSA-eligible plans seeing the smallest increase.

The study, “Trends in Cost Sharing for Medical Services,” conducted by the Employment Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), analyzed a sample of 5.9 million enrollees between 2013 and 2018 and found that enrollees in HMO/EPO plans saw the highest deductible increases (8% for employee-only plans, 12% for family plans), followed by PPO/POS plans (6.1% for employees, 6.7% for families) and comprehensive plans (4.7% for employees, 6.5% for families).

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