As individuals assume a larger share of healthcare costs and responsibility, a new national Harris poll commissioned by healthcare concierge company Accolade reveals that employees are more comfortable buying a home or a car than managing health benefits and care.

Nearly one-third (32%) of insured survey participants reported that they are uncomfortable with their personal knowledge and skills for navigating their medical benefits and the healthcare system. This is higher than the percentage of those who are ill at ease buying a home (25%) and twice as high as those indicating they were uneasy purchasing a car (15%) or technology/electronics (16%).

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