GHI Rates Employee and Employer - Memo from Bill Tierney to Steve Schaefer

Original Message-------

From: Bill Tierney
Date: 6/6/2007 8:35:41 AM
To: Steve Schaefer
Subject: RE: Rates

The Governor’s budget calls for an across the board 10% increase for active employee rates but that has not been officially approved by the DCH Board. The formal announcement will take place prior to open enrollment. Attached is the memo on letterhead as you requested. Best regards,

Bill Tierney

Manager, Employer Services

SHBP

404-651-6140

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