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Prevention

On July 19, 2010, the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and Treasury published interim final regulations requiring new plans and issuers to cover certain preventive services without any cost-sharing for the enrollee when delivered by in-network providers. The new rules will help Americans gain easier access to services such as blood pressure, diabetes and cholesterol tests; many cancer screenings; routine vaccinations; pre-natal care; and regular wellness visits for infants and children. The interim final regulations do not apply to grandfathered plans and issuers.

 
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