Medicare Marketplaces for Public Sector Retiree Health Care


As many state and local governments face inadequate funding levels for retiree health care obligations, a new report offers policymakers with a guide to individual Medicare marketplaces. These marketplaces are one option for public employers and retirement systems to consider as they look to contain health care costs and create a better value for retirees.

The new report, Use of Individual Medicare Marketplaces for Public Sector Retiree Health Care:  A Guide For Elected Officials, was prepared by Rivka Liss-Levinson, PhD, director of research with the Center for State and Local Government Excellence.  This project was supported by Willis Towers Watson.

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