Compromise autism-coverage bill moves forward in Missouri

04/21/2010 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

A state Senate committee in Missouri approved a compromise bill to require state-regulated health insurance companies to cover treatments for children with autism. The legislation would require about 40% of insurers to cover treatments -- including expensive behavioral therapies -- for children through age 18 who have the disorder. The bill would cap coverage at $45,000 a year.

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