Jan 13, 2020 Updated Feb 5, 2020 By Evan Wyloge The Gazette https://gazette.com/government/colorado-s-new-parity-law-for-mental-health-hits-a/article_c197965c-33f8-11ea-b0ec-dff26881a3f5.html
A new Colorado law that requires insurers to reimburse behavioral health care providers for mental conditions on par with compensation for physical conditions left a gap that advocates fear will make it harder for the state’s poorest and most complicated patients on Medicaid to get optimal care.
The sweeping overhaul, signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis last year, was meant to create parity in care for the mentally Read More
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