New York Senate advances autism-insurance mandate

06/10/2010 | Times Union (Albany, N.Y.)

The New York Senate approved a measure to require health-insurance companies to cover treatments and therapies associated with autism spectrum disorders. An earlier version of the bill had specified which treatments should be covered, while the Senate-approved bill mandated that approved services be evidence-based and proven clinically. Similar laws are already in place in 20 other states; the New York bill heads to the state Assembly.

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