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consumer-driven

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  • Insurers have been on a mission for several years to "migrate" people into these plans, which they euphemistically call "consumer-driven" or "consumer-directed."

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • This is a surprising assertion for a church that prides itself on offering consumer-driven worship experiences, and a customizable theology.

    American Grace

  • Their preferences ultimately shaped the place of worship that Warren built, and the result of that consumer-driven approach to creating Saddleback is a deliberately contemporary, highly professionalized operation with a carefully orchestrated feel-good atmosphere.

    American Grace

  • Update Matt Yglesias on what the epidemic tells us about so-called consumer-driven health care:

    Wonk Room

  • HealthLeaders-InterStudy found “that more employers are opting for consumer-driven health plans (CDHP) as they look for ways to reduce costs” due to the economic recession.

    Wonk Room » The WonkLine: April 16, 2009

  • The CBI -- reminding consumers of how wonderful an experience it is to think -- brought more eyes to the magazine and its website, plus more modern and consumer-driven advertisers, and made the age-old brand relevant again.

    Naomi Troni: Relevance or Death

  • All of us have a responsibility to stand up for the strong, independent, consumer-driven CFPB that Warren envisions.

    Preeti Vissa: Face-to-Face With Elizabeth Warren: Envisioning a 21st Century Consumer Agency for All Americans

  • The transition of those nations from export-led growth toward consumer-driven economies bodes well for retail and restaurant demand.

    Yum's Growth Prospects Have a Foreign Flavor

  • As a consequence, China's conformity-enforcing authorities threaten to put an end to romantic notions of preserving a Lost Horizon in our consumer-driven, information-saturated 21st century.

    Shangri-La Is Lost Again

  • Singapore, for example, has an interesting health care system that combines some elements of the consumer-driven model beloved by the right-wing with a universal guarantee of access and affordability and a healthy dose of direct state provision of services.

    Matthew Yglesias » Economic Freedom, Universal Health Care, and Labor Unions

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