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doctor with shopping cartConsumer-driven health plans took a leap forward last year when, for the first time, more companies offered such plans than offer HMOs, according to a survey of nearly 2,000 companies by Aon Hewitt. Meanwhile, in a possible sighting of the next big trend in corporate health coverage, the survey shows that more than a quarter of companies say they may take a defined-contribution approach to healthcare within the next few years by giving employees a set amount of money to buy insurance on a private healthcare exchange.

Fifty-eight percent of the companies surveyed by Aon Hewitt offered some type of consumer-driven health plan (CDHP) last year, up from 41% the previous year, while just 38% offered an HMO, down from 41%. Preferred provider organizations (PPOs) are still more common than either CDHPs or HMOS and were offered by 79% of employers.

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