45% of Consumers Manage Their Health With Inertia, Despite Escalating Costs

Forty percent (40%) of Americans say their respective healthcare costs have risen, but 45% have not changed the way they manage their health, found a new HealthMine survey of 500 insured consumers. Of those who have taken action to battle healthcare costs, 17% say they are skipping medication doses, and 35% are going to the doctor less often. These results may signal a need for more guidance from health plan sponsors.

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