Webinar Part 2: Better Value, Smarter Deductibles in HSA-HDHPs

The second in a two-part webinar series sponsored by The National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions, will focus on HSA-HDHPs and emphasize the importance of value-based benefit design when building better benefits. 


Don't miss the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions webinar, "Better Value, Smarter Deductibles in HSA High-Deductible Health Plans."

Tuesday, February 15, 2022 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. ET

About the Webinar:

In the second of a two-part webinar series on value-based benefit design, participants will learn how to achieve better value from high-deductible health plans by following good practices identified by their peers. One example, incentivizing high-value care through expanding pre-deductible coverage, will be explored through actionable steps participants can take for their 2023 benefits. This webinar will review key takeaways and delve deeper into the Better Value, Smarter Deductibles in HSA-HDHPs National Alliance Action Brief.

Featured Speakers


  • Kimberly Westrich, MA, Vice President, Health Services Research, National Pharmaceutical Council


  • Laura Rudder Huff, Vice President, Gallagher Research & Insights
  • Mark Fendrick, MD, Professor of Internal Medicine, School of Medicine; Professor Health Management and Health Policy, School of Public Health
    University of Michigan
  • Paul Fronstin, PhD, Director, Health Research & Education Program, Employee Benefit Research Institute
National Alliance Action Brief HDHP

Action Brief: Better Value, Smarter Deductibles in HSA-HDHPs: Improving Health, Equity & Engagement

NPC and the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions collaborated on an Action Brief highlighting key steps employers can take to enhance their health benefit design approach.

Learn more.
EBRI Issue Brief

Employer Uptake of Pre-Deductible Coverage for Preventive Services in HSA-Eligible Health Plans

Many large employers are expanding pre-deductible coverage for medications and health services used to prevent exacerbations of common chronic conditions and would like to further broaden this coverage, according to new NPC-funded research by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

Learn more.