OHA: Managed Care Laws in Connecticut

Managed Care Laws in Connecticut

The Connecticut General Assembly (our State Senators and Representatives) continues to work on legislation that helps those enrolled in managed care health plans to receive comprehensive insurance coverage. {doctor advising}

Connecticut citizens insured by Connecticut health plans are protected by laws requiring insurers to provide coverage in the following areas:

Alcoholism treatment

 

Ambulance transportation

 

Breast reconstruction

 

Clinical Trials

 

Cervical cancer screening (Pap smear)

 

Colorectal cancer screening

 

Contraceptives

 

Dental anesthesia

 

Diabetic supplies & education

 

Drug abuse treatment

 

Emergency services

 

Formula for PKU

 

Hearing aids (limited coverage)

 

Home health care

 

Lyme disease

 

Mammography screening

 

Mental health, general

 

Mental health parity (see also federal Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act)

 

Minimum mastectomy stays

 

Minimum maternity stays

 

Off-label drug use

 

Orthotics or prosthetics

 

Prostate cancer screening

 

Well-child care

 

 

This list will be updated as enacted legislation increases consumer protections.

If you have questions, contact us via email or call toll-free at 1 (866) HMO-4446.



Content Last Modified on 7/20/2011 10:24:25 AM