Ala. workers in wellness program could get insurance break

07/11/2011 | Tuscaloosa News (Ala.), The

An advisory committee for Alabama's State Employee Insurance Board is recommending a $10 health insurance premium reduction for local governments and agencies that have at least 80% employee participation in the state's wellness program. Officials say the program screens for basic health risk factors, which can save on health care costs long term, and the premium cut will encourage more workers to participate.

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