Posted By Kantor & Kantor
If you have been denied medical services by your insurer, chances are you have received one of the above reasons for that denial. Before the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act ("MHPAEA") was introduced in 2008, insurers continually denied those suffering from a mental illness on the basis that the Plan or the Policy did not cover services for mental health benefits. However, ...
The American Psychiatric Association ("APA") released their poster for Mental Health Parity and knowing your rights. The poster outlines 10 key elements of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act 2008 ("MHPEA") and how to identify whether your insurance company has potentially violated this law. We implore anyone who has been denied coverage by their insurer on the ...