Massachusetts Communities To Lower Health Care Costs

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Several Massachusetts communities have joined the Group Insurance Commission, the state's employee health care system, as a way to save money, the Boston Globe reports. Under state law adopted in July 2007, public groups can join the state plan to lower health care costs. Five communities, four regional school districts, a charter school and two regional planning councils joined the plan last year, and the enrollments will take effect in July for nearly all of the entities.

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