Session details changes in health insurance

September 16, 2010 - By SAM?SHAWVER Special to The News and SentinelJulia Nielsen-Bingman-Marietta

MARIETTA - In just eight days insurance companies will no longer be able to drop health coverage on policyholders who become sick, and health plans cannot refuse to sell health insurance to children with pre-existing conditions, thanks to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act passed by Congress in March.

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National Efforts

UHCAN Ohio played an active role in advocacy on behalf of Ohio consumers to pass national health care reform that will meet the needs of all Ohioans. Now, UHCAN Ohio is coordinating consumer advocacy to make sure that national reform is fully implemented and that consumer interests are protected.

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