Health law adds coverage, preventive care for children

09/24/2010 | USA Today

Parts of the Affordable Care Act that took effect Thursday give parents more control over their child's health care and end insurance coverage limits and denials for pre-existing conditions, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and AAP President Judith S. Palfrey write in a USA TODAY opinion piece. They say new plans that come on the market will offer Bright Futures services that encompass the "definitive standard of pediatric preventive care visits and treatments" recommended by the AAP.

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