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Options to Re-Design State Employee Health Insurance Benefits Presented, Report No. 01-21, March 2001
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The State Employees’ Group Health Insurance Program has experienced growth in health care costs resulting in projected program deficits beginning in Fiscal Year 2001-02. Expenses are projected to exceed revenues by $28.8 million in Fiscal Year 2000-01 and are projected to exceed revenues by $121.3 million in 2001-02 and $225.1 million in 2002-03. The Legislature should consider options in four areas to better control costs, provide enrollees more choices for their health insurance benefits, and address contribution rate inequities:
- modifying the health insurance plan design;
- modifying the contribution rate design;
- increasing medical claims cost controls; and
- increasing prescription drug cost controls.
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