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Connecticut State Mandated Health Insurance Coverage

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on June 22, 2012.

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Medical insurance benefits that insurers in Connecticut must provide.

  • alcohol/drug abuse treatment
  • ambulance transportation and services
  • autism
  • blood lead poisoning poisoning screening
  • bone marrow testing
  • breast magnetic resonance imaging
  • breast reconstruction
  • cancer pain medication therapies
  • cervical cancer/HPV screening
  • chemotherapy
  • clinical trial (cancer)
  • colorectal cancer screening
  • contraceptives
  • dental anesthesia
  • dentist
  • dependent coverage (including newborns, adopted children, dependent student/adult, non-custodial children or stepchildren, disabled dependent adults, domestic partner, civil union)
  • diabetes (self-management and supplies)
  • emergency room service
  • facility (public or otherwise)
  • family therapist
  • hair prosthesis
  • hearing aids for minors
  • home health care
  • infertility services
  • in vitro fertilization
  • lung cancer screening
  • lyme disease
  • lymph edema
  • magnetic resonance imaging
  • mammography
  • massage therapist
  • mastectomy (including minimum stay)
  • maternity minimum stay
  • mental health
  • nurse (midwife, practitioner, psychiatric)
  • occupational therapist
  • off-label drug use
  • optometrist
  • ostomy related procedure and supplies
  • pain management specialist
  • physical therapist
  • physician assistant
  • PKU/metabolic disorder
  • prostate cancer (screening and treatment)
  • psychologist
  • rehabilitation service
  • residential crisis service
  • social worker
  • smoking cessation
  • well child care

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