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Report faults agencies charged with controlling insurance costs

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Posted: Sunday, November 24, 2013 8:00 pm

New Mexico agencies responsible for health insurance for public employees have done a poor job of controlling health care costs for public employees, a report for the Legislative Finance Committee says.

Instead of focusing on cost-saving measures, the report said, the agencies “have shifted costs onto employees and employers through higher premiums,” which is “unsustainable in the long run.”

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