More Americans have health plans with high deductibles, and these plans do reduce medical spending.  But a Rand Corp. study also finds that with...

More Americans have health plans with high deductibles, and these plans do reduce medical spending.  But a Rand Corp. study also finds that with plans having deductibles of more than $1,000, consumers also cut back on important preventive services, such as immunizations and cancer screenings, the Wall Street Journal reports.


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