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Any local entity that offers health insurance under Chapter 32B – meaning, most cities, towns, regional school districts, and surviving counties – may transfer eligible enrollees (employees, retirees, survivors, and their dependents) to the GIC. In this document, the term “Municipal Employer” applies to local entities that offer health insurance under Chapter 32B.
Certain other local entities that do not provide insurance under Chapter 32B, including regional councils of government, regional planning agencies, education collaboratives, and charter schools, can join the GIC through Chapter 32A, but the specifics of the process for joining the GIC and contribution ratios once enrolled are different. If you have questions about those processes, contact the GIC’s Municipal Coordinator.
Both Section 19 and Section 23 provide a means by which Municipal Employers may offer health coverage through the GIC. There are, however, some key differences:
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