More Fla. districts consider shifting health care costs to employees

06/27/2010 | St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

School districts in Florida are considering requiring employees to pick up a larger share of their health care costs -- a move that is likely to draw resistance from teachers. "School districts have squeezed as much as they can out of the [health insurance] companies," said Glen Lathers, president of the Florida Education Risk Management Association. "I think most districts are looking more at employee participation -- a larger deductible, paying more of a share of the premium."

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