New audit could mean some county employee dependents not eligible for health care coverage

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FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners approved an audit agreement with Impact Interactive Tuesday that could mean up to 10 percent of county employee dependents are no longer eligible for the County’s health insurance plan.

Employee Services Director Charity Clark told the Board that as many as 10 percent of dependents who are already enrolled may be ineligible.

Impact Interactive will be paid $17,988 to conduct an enrollment and verification audit for 2023 to determine which dependents do not meet requirements of the plan. Clark said the audit could result in a savings of hundreds of thousands of dollars to County taxpayers.

Clark also said the company guarantees the audit will save the County more money than the plan costs. Commissioner John asked if Aetna does not already provide the service.

County Manager Kevin Tanner said because the County is self-insured, it is responsible for its plan, not Aetna.

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