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Consumer-Driven Health Care

Listed below are Council on Medical Service (CMS) reports from June 1998 to the present related to health savings accounts (HSAs), health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs), and other forms of consumer-driven health care. The recommendations in these reports reflect the final actions of the AMA House of Delegates and are official AMA policy.

Essential Health Care Benefits
CMS Report 2, A-11

Covering the Uninsured and Individual Responsibility
CMS Report 9, A-11

The Tax Treatment of Health Savings Accounts
CMS Report 7, I-08

The Role of Cash Payments in All Physician Practices
CMS Report 3, A-08

Tax Implications of Eliminating the Employee Income Tax Exclusion for Employer-Sponsored Insurance
CMS Report 5, A-08

Standardizing AMA Policy on the Tax Treatment of Health Insurance
CMS Report 8, A-08

Study of Cost Sharing Arrangements in Prescription Drugs
CMS Report 1, I-07

Trends in Employment-Based Health Insurance
CMS Report 4, I-07

Update on Store-Based Health Clinics
CMS Report 5, A-07

Adequacy of Health Insurance Coverage
CMS Report 7, A-07

Store-Based Health Clinics
CMS Report 7, A-06

Update on HSAs, HRAs, and Other Consumer-Driven Health Care Plans
CMS Report 3, I-05

Health Savings Accounts
CMS Report 6, A-04

Health Reimbursement Arrangements
CMS Report 3, I-03

Establishing Multi-Year Mutual MSA Trust Accounts
CMS Report 2, A-03

Medical Savings Accounts and Health Care Coverage of Dependent Children
CMS Report 3, I-02

Transitional Issues in Moving Toward a System of Individually Selected and Owned Health Insurance
CMS Report 2, I-01

Evolving Internet-Based Health Insurance Marts
CMS Report 5, A-01

Critical Expansion of Medical Savings Accounts
CMS Report 10, I-99

Consumer-Driven Health Care
CMS Report 12, A-98