In 2014, 80 percent of all covered workers faced an annual deductible, or the amount they must pay before most services are covered by their health plan.
The average deductible was $1,217, but 18 percent of those surveyed faced a deductible of at least $2,000, according to the Kaiser Foundation.
High-deductible health plans are seen as an effective way to lower costs—as consumers are responsible for more of their bills, the idea is that they will be more frugal with their care.
For a lot of people, though, the deductible is a deterrent.
We want to know: Are high-deductible health plans keeping you from seeking care?
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