When American workers engage in healthy habits offered in consumer-driven health plans, they can lower their total medical costs an average of $9,700 per employee over a five-year period, according to a recent study.

The Sixth Annual Cigna Choice Fund Experience Study shows 1.1 million individuals enrolled in Cigna's consumer-driven health plan, Choice Fund, lowered their costs without compromising care by becoming more active, engaged and informed consumers.

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