Governor signs law requiring insurer wellness policies

June 2008
New Hampshire Business Review;6/6/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p29
The article reports that New Hampshire Governor John Lynch signed the Health First Initiative which requires insurer wellness policies. The initiative requires major insurance carriers to offer a standard wellness plan for businesses with up to 50 employees. It is designed to cut the average premium in the small-business market by 18 percent. The state Insurance Department will form a committee in which members will include small-business owners and will design a wellness plan.


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