As city health costs soar, ‘wellness’ post pushed in Manchester
The city is self-insured for most health claims and contracts; reinsurance companies cover excess coverage claims.
“Current city health care expenditures are over projections,” he said. “Not only is our current health spending back at the level it was prior to our collective bargaining reforms, but we are on a pace to be back well above it next year.”
The original 2010 proposal from Corriveau came soon after city Public Health Director Tim Soucy issued a “concept paper” on creation of an Employee Health and Wellness Program.
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