City, retirees projected to save $700K by switching drug plan to Humana

FALL RIVER – The city and its retirees are projected to save approximately $700,000 over the next two years by switching a drug insurance plan for retirees from Blue Cross Blue Shield to Humana, The Herald News reported Oct. 7. Sgt. Joseph Castro said the city has entered into a two-year agreement with Humana that…

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