Alaska Group to offer coverage of health to employees of not-for-profit The Foraker Group.


Employees can enroll in an idea that has a $1,500 deductible, a tax-free wellness savings account and requires employers to contribute $750 per year to the HSA; or a plan that has a $2,500 deductible, covers catastrophic wellness costs and discounts on prescription medications. Under both plans, companies must contribute at least 75 percent of the expense of premiums for individuals and 50 percent of premiums for family coverage. Both programs cover preventive care and can offer dental and eyesight coverage. To encourage enrollment, the first 2,000 employees who sign up for the $1,500 deductible plan will receive an extra $500 because of their HSA over 2 yrs.In August 2010, in a previous work to address the AIDS medication crisis in Florida, AHF proposed a program that would have streamlined the drug donation procedure by centralizing the availability of free treatment for sufferers at the pharmacy level. While condition officials expressed optimism and interest in the August proposal, all major pharmaceutical companies rejected the proposal beyond control. AHF had 1st reached out to Florida state health officials using its preliminary proposal for the centralized drug donation/pharmacy services plan late summer last summertime; AHF after that contacted the seven leading Helps drug companies using its proposal via letter.