Analysis – State Health Plan Proposal Costs State Employees $$$

We post the official General Assembly analysis of how much the state health plan proposal is going to cost, including costs to state employees:
* In calculating savings this year and next, there are no savings projected from requiring employees who smoke or are overweight to pay more cost sharing.
* There is a $1000 increase in the out of pocket maximum to $2,750 a year, a doubling of the annual deductible to $600, and other increases like an extra $20 employees will have to pay every time they see a specialist.
* There is a nearly 16% increase in next two years in family premiums.

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