What you need to know

What are the high-deductible health plan requirements for a CDHP structured with a health savings account? What are 2017 numbers?

Out-of-pocket expenses

Health care costs that are not covered by the health insurance plan and are paid by the employee. The Internal Revenue Service sets the maximum limits for out-of-pocket expenses for the high-deductible health plan that is offered with a health savings account. For 2017, the limits are:

Self-only: Not more than $7,150
Family: Not more than $14.300

Coaches' Takeaway

Out-of-pocket expenses are your responsibility up to the limit set each year by the IRS.

Tools & Resources

CDHPCoach’s Storage Facility, where the Coach has organized and compiled a vast amount of tools and resources for you to access.


Housed here are key components and information within the book, Bend the Healthcare Trend which was the impetus behind the CDHPCoach.


What you need to know