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Optimizing Enrollment in Employer Health Plans: A Comparison of Enrollment Strategies in the Diabetes Health Plan
American Journal of Managed Care Link to more items from this source
Sept. 16, 2014
"The subjects were 5014 eligible employees from 11 self-insured employers who had purchased the Diabetes Health Plan, which offers free or discounted copayments for diabetes related medications, testing supplies, and physician visits.... Overall, the proportion of eligible members who were enrolled within the automatic enrollment strategy was 91%, compared with 35% for voluntary enrollment. Income was a significant predictor for voluntary enrollment but not for automatic enrollment. Within automatic enrollment, covered dependents, Hispanics, and persons with nondiabetes comorbidity were more likely to enroll than other subgroups."

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