Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Coverage and Care: Oversight and Transparency

Coverage and Care: Oversight and Transparency

Editor’s Note: This post from Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi is the fourth in a series of four growing out of a conference on insurance coverage of mental health and substance use disorder treatment that the law school’s Sentinel Project hosted earlier this month. You can find Part One here, Part Two here, and Part Three here. By […]

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Provider Networks for Behavioral Health Care

Provider Networks for Behavioral Health Care

Editor’s Note: This post from Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi is the third in a series of four growing out of a conference on insurance coverage of mental health and substance use disorder treatment that the law school’s Sentinel Project hosted earlier this month. You can find Part One, here, and Part Two, here. […]

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Discrimination, Parity, and Standards in Behavioral Health Coverage

Discrimination, Parity, and Standards in Behavioral Health Coverage

Editor’s Note: This post from Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi is the second in a series of four growing out of a conference on insurance coverage of mental health and substance use disorder treatment that the law school’s Sentinel Project hosted earlier this month. You can find Part One, here. By John V. Jacobi […]

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Behavioral Health: Can Coverage Assure Care?

Behavioral Health: Can Coverage Assure Care?

Editor’s Note: This post from Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi is the first in a series of four growing out of the conference on insurance coverage of mental health and substance use disorder treatment that the law school’s Sentinel Project hosted earlier this month. By John V. Jacobi Access to care has long been […]

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Politics, Law and the Real World: Reconciling the Disconnect Among the Supreme Court, Voters, and Public Health

Politics, Law and the Real World: Reconciling the Disconnect Among the Supreme Court, Voters, and Public Health

By Nina Trovato In the landmark 2012 decision, National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, Chief Justice Roberts, writing for the majority, struck the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion because its funding conditions for states’ participation were unconstitutionally coercive. As a result, states now choose whether or not they will accept the Medicaid expansion funding. […]

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