Grace Period For Plans To Comply With ACA Cap On Patient Out-of-Pocket Costs Stands, Government Says
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Private group health plans using separate vendors for medical services and prescription drug coverage will have until 2015 to coordinate information systems needed to implement the maximum annual out-of-pocket spending limit established by the Affordable Care Act, regulators maintain in response to complaints from patient advocacy groups.
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