Autism law requires therapy coverage in health plan

Kincheloe, Michael
March 2012
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;3/23/2012, p9
The article reports on the coverage for behavioral health treatment required under the Senate Bill (SB) 946, the autism bill, for a pervasive developmental disorder or autism from the health insurance plan of parents and caregivers of children with autism in the U.S.


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