The Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee on April 11 will hold a hearing to assess the progress at state and federal levels in creating health insurance exchanges and review reform-mandated consumer protections effective in January 2014.
The protections, which are changes in insurance rating rules, include prohibiting denial of insurance coverage based on pre-existing conditions, and limits to premium rates based on health status, gender or age.
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