Health Savings Accounts Increasingly Popular

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Businesses are embracing a new trend in health insurance, offering so-called health savings accounts to replace traditional insurance and HMO plans. Generally, premiums are lower and savings higher, but it's costly for those who need healthcare the most. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.

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