Patients with a consumer-driven health plan receive fewer preventive services than patients in traditional health plans, a study by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found.

For five years, the EBRI study tracked a full-replacement CDHP with 18,000 participants from one large employer in the Midwest. The comparison group was from a second employer that provided traditional health plans.

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