Say the term "high-deductible health plan" these days and many employees assume the worst. They fear their company is adopting a low-quality medical plan, that they will bear huge health care costs burdens and that the plan will require exacting recordkeeping by the workers.

None of this is true. But reversing employee perceptions takes more than a mention during open enrollment.

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