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Health Insurance Coverage Laws by State

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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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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  1. Alabama State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  2. Alaska State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  3. Arizona State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  4. Arkansas State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  5. California State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  6. Colorado State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  7. Connecticut State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  8. Delaware State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  9. District of Columbia State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  10. Florida State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  11. Georgia State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  12. Hawaii State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  13. Idaho State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  14. Illinois State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  15. Indiana State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  16. Iowa State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  17. Kansas State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  18. Kentucky State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  19. Louisiana State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  20. Maine State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  21. Maryland State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  22. Massachusetts State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  23. Michigan State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  24. Minnesota State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  25. Mississippi State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  1. Missouri State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  2. Montana State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  3. Nebraska State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  4. Nevada State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  5. New Hampshire State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  6. New Jersey State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  7. New Mexico State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  8. New York State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  9. North Carolina State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  10. North Dakota State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  11. Ohio State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  12. Oklahoma State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  13. Oregon State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  14. Pennsylvania State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  15. Puerto Rico State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  16. Rhode Island State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  17. South Carolina State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  18. South Dakota State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  19. Tennessee State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  20. Texas State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  21. Utah State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  22. Vermont State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  23. Virginia State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  24. Washington State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  25. West Virginia State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  26. Wisconsin State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage
  27. Wyoming State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage

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