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Institute of Medicine Recommendations Released; Birth Control Could Become a Copay-Free Preventive Service

July 21, 2011

The Institute of Medicine released its recommendations of which women’s health services should join the list of copay-free preventive services under the Affordable Care Act health care reform legislation. Birth control was included, along with services related to STIs, breastfeeding, and domestic violence. Over at OBOS, I have more information and links to some good commentaries and coverage of the news.

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  1. July 28, 2011 9:33 am

    It would be wonderful if these women’s health services would be covered. There are too many women who need these services but can not afford them.

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