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HSA Myths (Part One)
August 4, 2009

Today’s blog entrée is the first of a three part discussion on HSA Myths – misinformation on Health Savings Accounts and HSA-qualified health insurance that has been perpetuated be the general media and anyone else who either does not know what they are talking about or is opposed to the concept of consumer driven health care because they feel the answers to our health care problems lie in a single payer, government run healthcare system.

HSA Myth #1: HSA-qualified health insurance plans are not as comprehensive as a traditional plan.

Critics of the HSA approach to health insurance often site the “less comprehensive” argument, which they base on the fact that the insurance that qualify for a Health Savings Accounts have high deductibles. While it is true that an HSA qualified health insurance plan are referred to as High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP) and must have an individual deductible of at least $!,150 and a family deductible of at least $2,300, to say that this makes the plan less comprehensive misses the point.

The HSA approach to health insurance is one in which the consumer opts for the less expensive HDHP . . . .

HSA Myths (Part Two)
August 5, 2009

HSA Myth # 2: Health Savings Accounts are only for the young and healthy.

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HSA Myths (Part Three)
August 6, 2009

HSA Myth # 3: Health Savings Accounts are a scheme.

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Health Care Reform
August 7, 2009

In an excellent Opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal, Arthur Laffer argued that the way to fix what is broken in health care in America today is through the following four steps:

"A patient-centered health-care reform begins with individual ownership of insurance policies and leverages Health Savings Accounts, a low-premium, high-deductible alternative to traditional insurance that includes a tax-advantaged savings account. It allows people to purchase insurance policies across state lines and reduces the number of mandated benefits insurers are required to cover. It reallocates the majority of Medicaid spending into a simple voucher for low-income individuals to purchase their own insurance. And it reduces the cost of medical procedures by reforming tort liability laws."

" is the best site on the web for information on Health Savings Accounts and for comparing HSA-compatible insurance plans."

David Stern  
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