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Does the HCSO require employers that already provide health insurance to their employees to spend more money on their employees?
It depends. The premiums that a Covered Employer pays for medical insurance for its Covered Employees count toward its required Health Care Expenditures, so if that amount meets the minimum required expenditure under the HCSO, the Covered Employer will have no further obligations.
However, if the monthly premium paid by the employer does not meet the minimum expenditure amount, it must make up the shortfall. The employer could choose a health insurance plan that provides more comprehensive benefits; increase its contribution towards the health care premiums while decreasing the portion paid by the employee; or add dental and vision benefits. The employer could also complement the existing plan with a health spending or medical reimbursement account; make payments to the City Option; or make other expenditures that qualify as Health Care Expenditures according to the HCSO.
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