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Yes, substance abuse services must now be covered by private health insurance plans (large employers are not required to offer these services, though...
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Contraceptives are now covered in full as a result of the law. Your sexual history has no bearing on the benefit and will not be a factor in whether...
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Contraception for men is not covered by the law. The requirement to provide contraception at no additional cost applies only to women.
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All plans must now cover maternity care for members signed onto their policies. 
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If your employer offers insurance that's both affordable and provides adequate coverage, you won't be eligible for financial help when buying...
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The law requires insurers to cover the cost of services that many people with chronic illnesses need, including outpatient and inpatient care...
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If you are currently covered by Medicare you do not need to pay attention to the new health insurance marketplaces set up by the Affordable Care Act...
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The Affordable Care Act is designed to increase Americans' access to health benefits, not strip them of any existing rights or make decisions for...
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Since you work for a company providing health benefits, the Affordable Care Act will likely have no impact on you. Most Americans get their insurance...
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Yes, starting October 1 you can start shopping for a new health plan through your state's health insurance marketplace. If you buy coverage by...
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You are expected to buy insurance in the Marketplace of the state in which you live.
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Premiums for younger, healthy people who currently buy their own insurance (so I am not talking about people who have employer-group insurance) may...
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States may create a payment plan – we don’t know yet whether states will do this – but in general, the expectation is that individuals will pay the...
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If you qualify for a premium subsidy (tax credit) to help lower your cost for health insurance, the subsidy will be paid directly to the insurer...
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States may vary in what specific forms of information they will want you to have when you apply for a premium subsidy to help pay for a health plan...
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