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State Health Plan tells lawmakers that wellness provisions will not save money

Start watching this video at 1 minute and you can see that the State Health Plan “assumes” it will recoup its costs for intrusive wellness provisions after three years. That’s a far cry from the $13 million the State Health Plan is now saying it will save in the first year of the program.

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  2. Aftercancer

    September 22, 2009 at 11:06 pm

    Instead it will just degrade state employees, decrease morale and lead to higher turnover.

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