How much do state employees in the SLC pay toward their health insurance premiums?
State employee health insurance coverage policies vary widely in the SLC region. Therefore, a direct comparison of practices is unreliable. In order to accommodate for the discrepancies, the SLC collected state employee premium information for its 15 member states on a case-by-case basis. This information is available on the following table.
|Alabama||Link||State Employee's Insurance Board|
|Arkansas||Link||Employee Benefits Division, Department of Finance & Administration|
|Florida||Link||Department of Management Services|
|Georgia||Link||Department of Community Health|
|Louisiana||Link||Office of Group Benefits, Division of Administration, Office of the Governor|
|Mississippi||Link||Department of Finance & Administration|
|Missouri||Link||Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan|
|North Carolina||Link||State Health Plan|
|Oklahoma||Link||Employees Benefits Council|
|South Carolina||Link||Employee Insurance Program, Budget and Control Board|
|Tennessee||Link||Department of Finance & Administration|
|Texas||Link||Employees Retirement System|
|Virginia||Link||Department of Human Resource Management|
|West Virginia||Link||Public Employees Insurance Agency|
Southern Legislative Conference and SLC are trademarks registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.