The effect of high deductible health plans on your finances

The high deductible plans so prevalent since the advent of ObamaCare are having a dramatic impact on Americans.  The concept that you have to have health insurance, that has a deductible so high you cannot really use it, has been written about alot.

Less than half of all households above the poverty level have enough assets to cover an out-of-pocket maximum of $3,000 to $6,000, considered a moderate level, according to a March analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Does a high deductible health plan cause people to bypass medically needed care?  Read this article from the Charlotte Observer and learn more.