Insurance Companies Continue To Discriminate Against Mental Health Treatment Despite Parity LawsOn Behalf of Disability Insurance Law Group | | Disability Insurance – General Topics
NPR recently published the web article, ‘Mental Health Parity’ Is Still An Elusive Goal In U.S. Insurance Coverage, written by Graison Dangor. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/06/07/730404539/mental-health-parity-is-still-an-elusive-goal-in-u-s-insurance-coverage.
The article discusses how insurance companies continue to evade the mental health parity requirements by employing restrictive medical necessity criteria for treatment. It is a compelling analysis of the insurance claims process, providing both the prospective of treatment providers and insurance company claim representatives.
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