AHA today submitted comments in response to a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ request for information on potential changes to Essential Health Benefits requirements under the Affordable Care Act. The comments focus on behavioral health; maternity, infant and pediatric care; health equity and access; and health plan policies that may restrict patient access to EHBs.

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