Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.
State mandates require insurers to offer certain health care coverage.
State laws dictate that insurers offer coverage for various health conditions and the tests that diagnose them. Some common examples of required coverage include treatment for autism, mammograms, infant care, and home health care.
Click on your state on the map to find out which health care coverages your state requires. The list you will see contains those coverages that must be included in a standard health policy.
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There are several health care insurance options to choose from if an employer decides to offer health care benefits to employees. Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and preferred provider organizations (PPOs) are the most common types of health care plans offered.
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