Officials considering impact of rate increase for employees
By Marty Finley
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 11:44 am (Updated: October 17, 5:12 am)
Hardin Memorial Hospital’s Board of Trustees has deferred a vote on its annual employee health benefits plan until Tuesday’s Fiscal Court meeting to allow administrators time to analyze the impacts of an incremental increase in rates.
HMH proposed a plan Tuesday morning that would have kept employee premiums level but produced an increase in HMH’s portion of the plan by roughly 1 percent. At present, employees are paying about 14 percent of single coverage plans and 28 percent of dependent coverage plans.
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