Ga. ties health plan incentives to employee wellness

11/14/2011 | Savannah Morning News (Ga.) (free registration)

Georgia is using insurance premium incentives to reward healthy lifestyles among employees in an effort to reduce medical care spending and address an $800 million projected deficit in its State Health Benefit Plan. This year employees must choose from a plan with a 17% premium increase or one with an 11% increase that requires health screenings and monthly surveys.

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