Prathmik Shixako na Badlina niyamo ma sudharo 25/10/2019



Prathmik Shixako na Badlina niyamo ma sudharo 25/10/2019



Prathmik Shixako na Badlina niyamo ma sudharo 25/10/2019

One of the things health care reform has done in the U.S. (under the Affordable Care Act) is to introduce more standardization to insurance plan benefits. Before such standardization, the benefits offered varied drastically from plan to plan. For example, some plans covered prescriptions, others did not. Now, plans in the U.S. are required to offer a number of "essential health benefits" which include

Emergency services
Hospitalization
Laboratory tests
Maternity and newborn care
Mental health and substance-abuse treatment
Outpatient care (doctors and other services you receive outside of a hospital)
Pediatric services, including dental and vision care
Prescription drugs
Preventive services (e.g., some immunizations) and management of chronic diseases
Rehabilitation services
For our international population of students who might be considering coverage through a non U.S. based plan, asking the question, "what does the plan cover" is extremely important.
Prathmik Shixako na Badlina niyamo ma sudharo 25/10/2019

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