EmblemHealth Statement on Supreme Court Affordable Care Act Ruling
EmblemHealth will continue to comply with all provisions of the Affordable Care Act. In keeping with our 75-year legacy to make quality health care available to all New Yorkers, we have already implemented several of the key mandates of health care reform such as extending coverage of dependents up to age 26, eliminating cost-sharing for in-network preventive care, and in August 2012, will expand access to preventive services for women's wellness.
In addition, we will continue to administer the New York Bridge Plan, the State's Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP), now in its second year and one of the largest PCIPs in the nation. This plan is a result of one of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
We are committed to leading the market with an integrated delivery system that promotes prevention and wellness, helps patients and physicians manage chronic disease and rewards quality.
Effective September 23, 2010, federal health reform may require changes to your coverage, depending on your plan.
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Effective September 23, 2010, federal health reform may require changes to your coverage, depending on your plan. Get more information.
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