Healthy San Francisco
San Francisco requires that employers finance some type of health care for workers and the legislation that was approved on Tuesday would tighten up rules on health reimbursement accounts.
San Francisco supervisors have approved a key change to the city’s Healthy San Francisco program that could end up costing business owners.
A loophole in San Francisco’s health care ordinance is denying some workers access to medical reimbursment accounts or employer-provided health care coverage.
The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce said they may not finance several campaigns on the November ballot if a supervisor’s proposal to change the Healthy San Francisco law passes.
San Francisco employers are keeping 80 percent or $50 million a year of the money intended to provide employee health care under the city’s Healthy San Francisco law, and now there is an effort underway to close the loophole.