Doctor talking with patient Employees who made more than $100,000 a year are more likely to utilize primary care services than employees of the middle salary group.

One of the biggest benefits a company can offer its employees is health insurance. But that health insurance isn't necessarily used by all employees in the same way. A new study released earlier this month in the American Journal of Managed Care suggests that low-salary employees on high-deductible health plans tend to have lower utilization of primary care services than higher-salary employees, while also having a higher utilization of acute care services.

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