Neitzel: Self-insurance would save more than $100 million

Though lawmakers have already indicated they plan to spike the proposal, Department of Administration Secretary Scott Neitzel today touted up to $103 million he said the state would save by moving to self-insurance.
He also warned the state is likely to see a 10.4 percent increase in how much it has to pay insurers for employee premiums next year, above the 7 percent Walker’s budget had anticipated. The difference would be $21 million in additional costs if the state does not move to self-insurance.
“What the issue has turned into now is an issue of one, good government reform and two, saving ...

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