Why We Need a Union at UHS Hospitals Now
UHS has sent out letters like the one at right, warning of consequences if they can't work it out with Aetna and our hospitals get dropped from the Aetna network. Click here for a larger image.
For those of us with Aetna insurance, this could could mean:
• New out-of-network co-pays, and
• Special referrals needed to get treatment at our own hospitals, or
• Additional travel to other in-network providers
If UHS RNs had a real voice in what happens to us at work-through a Union and a contract-we would fight to not let this happen!
• With a Union, management cannot change wages, hours, and other working conditions-including health insurance benefits-without negotiating with us.
• Under a Union contract that guarantees minimum levels of health benefits and coverage, management would not be able to unilaterally change coverage or carriers if it means significantly lesser benefits.
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