Chicago, unions work out details of new wellness program

09/15/2011 | Chicago News Cooperative

The City of Chicago and local unions are close to agreement on a wellness plan that would require city employees to participate or pay an extra $50 per month for health insurance, according to media reports. The agreement, aimed at reducing health care costs, calls for screening employees for chronic diseases and, based on the results, possibly requiring them to participate in programs to improve their health.

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