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Text of Issue Brief on Mental Health Parity: Often Separate, Usually Unequal (PDF)
American Academy of ActuariesLink to more items from this source
Dec. 17, 2004

8 pages. Excerpt: [I]t is important to better understand current mental health parity requirements and how group plans typically address mental health coverage, as well as the cost implications of parity requirements. In this issue brief, we first describe current mental health parity requirements and how group insurance plans have responded to these requirements. We next discuss the cost implications of expanded mental health parity requirements, including the impact on other medical costs.

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