Baptist Health South Florida, Coral Gables, Fla., might add lifecycle funds to its $230 million 403(b) and $70 million 401(k) plans, said Bob Shirk, corporate director of benefits. The decision would be subject to approval by the retirement plan committee and isn't likely for at least six months. Consulting Services Group, the plans' consultant, will assist. The plans, which mirror each other, offer 13 options each. AIG VALIC is bundled provider.