As more and more employers look at defined contribution health care and other insurance shifts, will employees be ready? Last year, J.D. Power and Associates reported that 47% of employers "definitely" or "probably" will switch to a defined contribution health plan in the coming years.
The third annual Aflac WorkForces Report reveals a sobering gap in employee readiness to handle and take on the shift toward consumer-driven health plans and defined contribution health. A majority of workers (54%) would prefer not to have more control over their insurance options, citing a lack of time and information to manage it effectively, while 72% have never even heard the phrase "consumer-driven health care."
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