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Final Rule Sets Reform-Mandated Restrictions on Insurers

Published
  • February 22 2013, 4:21pm EST

The Department of Health and Human Services has issued the latest in a number of final rules establishing new processes for health insurers under the Affordable Care Act.

The new rule prohibits denying coverage based on preexisting conditions, charging individuals and small employers higher premiums based on gender or health status, and segmenting enrollees into separate rating pools to charge high-risk individuals more for their premiums.

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