Datapoint: Georgia Passes Mental Health Parity Law

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) on April 4 signed into law a bill that requires health insurers to cover mental health and substance abuse care as if it were traditional medical care. The new law will go into effect in July. More than 10 million people have full medical coverage in Georgia, with Anthem, Inc. (3,183,977 lives), Centene Corp. (1,406,039 lives) and UnitedHealthcare (917,764 lives) serving as the three largest insurers.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

0 Comments
AIS Health Staff

AIS Health Staff

Related Posts

businessman-using-laptop-computer-and-digital-tablet-analyzing-sales-data-and-graph-chart
October 6

Datapoint: Moda Health to Expand to Idaho

Read More
businessman-using-laptop-computer-and-digital-tablet-analyzing-sales-data-and-graph-chart
October 5

Datapoint: North Carolina Delays Launch of New Medicaid MCOs

Read More
businessman-using-laptop-computer-and-digital-tablet-analyzing-sales-data-and-graph-chart
October 4

Datapoint: FDA Approves Avastin Biosimilar

Read More

GAIN THERAPEUTIC AREA-SPECIFIC INTEL TO DRIVE ACCESS FOR YOUR BRAND

Sign up for publications to get unmatched business intelligence delivered to your inbox.

subscribe today