Insurers Cancel Plans Under Healthcare Reform
Many insurers are sending out cancellation letters to people enrolled in health plans that don't meet requirements for basic levels of coverage under the healthcare reform law, according to The Hill.
Under the reform law, individual health plans must cover "essential benefits" such as prescription drugs, mental health services and maternity care. Insurers must also cap consumers' annual expenses.
Read the full report on Becker's Hospital Review.
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