Tag: habilitative services

HHS Proposes EHB Rule Changes

The federal Department of Health and Human Services recently published a proposed regulation that signals some potentially helpful changes to the requirement that health insurers cover a set of essential health benefits. Our colleague at Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families, Joe Touschner, offers this overview.

Waiting for 2014: One Family's Story

Continuing our “Real Stories, Real Reforms” series, CHIRblog presents our second profile of everyday people across the country who will – or have already – benefited from new consumer protections under the Affordable Care Act. JoAnn Volk tells us about Henry, his family’s struggle to obtain affordable, quality insurance, and how the Affordable Care Act may help.

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