New research from the Employee Benefit Research Institute says that the health savings accounts saw significant increases in 2013 when compared to employer-funded health reimbursement arrangements due to funding structures.

Because of the HSA makeup, which is partly funded based off employer and employee contributions, EBRI notes that shifts in favor of account-based health plans have been uncovered when looking at data from the 2013 EBRI/Greenwald & Associates Consumer Engagement in Health Care Survey.

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