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HHS Essential Health Benefits Standard Would Allow Plans To Cover One Drug Per Category

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Released Dec. 16, the HHS bulletin previews the regulatory approach the department plans to propose to define covered services under the EHB standard, which must be followed by plans participating in state-based insurance exchanges that will start operating in 2014 under the Affordable Care Act.

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