New rules call for simpler-to-understand group health insurance benefits, costs
Starting Sept. 23, group health insurance policies in America must provide consumers and employers with a simple, easy-to-understand summary of benefits and costs. The new rules, announced Thursday, aim to eliminate confusing and technical language in policies "the size of a small phone book," said Marilyn Tavenner, acting administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, in announcing the changes Thursday.
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