|Date Requested:January 13, 2011
Time Requested:04:36 PM
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Sources of Revenue
Legislation creates:A New Program
Effect this measure will have on costs and revenues of state government.
| The purpose of this bill is to provide state health care services for all active and inactive duty military personnel.
This legislation changes the definition of “Employee”, in the Public Employees Insurance Agency code, to include “a person serving in the Armed Forces of the United States in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, National Guard or Coast Guard as defined by the laws of the United States and who are citizens and residents of this state”.
As the scope of the bill is very broad and totally inclusive of veterans and does not directly address if the payment of premiums will be assigned solely to the veteran or to a State agency or organization paying the employer share of the premium and the veteran paying the employee share so we have developed two scenarios. The first scenario will be based upon the assumption that the employer cost of the premiums for the veterans enrolling in PEIA will be paid for by a State government entity. The second scenario will assume the veterans will be responsible for payment of the entire premium.
Number of Veterans According to VA Report in 2010: 197,152
Potential Number of Coverages 197,152
State pays Employer Premium, Insured Pays Employee Premium
60% will join PEIA 9% Cost of Care Inflations
Percent Singles: $ 222.00
Percent Families: $ 617.00
Single coverages 70% : 82,740
Family coverages 30% : 35,460
Total Number of coverages: 118,200
Fiscal Year Projected Costs to State
FY12 $ 482,965,000.00
FY13 $ 526,432,000.00
FY14 $ 573,810,000.00
Total for Three Years $ 1,583,207,000.00
Expansion is treated as a separate risk pool with new insured paying the total cost of the claims.
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3. Explanation of above estimates (including long-range effect):