Willamette Week, “State of Denial”

August 13, 2014

Seven years after families began asking the Oregon Insurance Division to intervene on their behalf, the state’s insurance regulator announced today it will issue a formal bulletin, clarifying that insurers cannot refuse to cover a costly therapy for autistic kids called Applied Behavior Analysis.

Read this article as reported on the front page of the Willamette Week.  Updated online on August 14, 2014 with news that Oregon Governor Kitzhaber is prepared to adjust the state’s health plans to reflect his insurance division policy.

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