Bill Advances Mandating Private Insurance Coverage Of Devices To Correct Birth Defects
US House Energy and Commerce Committee approves the Ensuring Lasting Smiles Act
Proposed legislation that would require private insurers to cover devices to correct cleft palate, congenital cataracts and other birth defects advanced in the US House on 9 September.
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