Health Law Inspires Hope but Also Worry Among Those With HIV
January 7, 2014
Kaiser Health News staff writers Anna Gorman and Ankita Rao, working in collaboration with USA Today, report: "The Affordable Care Act provides an unprecedented opportunity to reach the more than 1 million people nationwide living with HIV. The law requires private insurers to cover them and others with pre-existing conditions and bars companies from charging patients more because of their illness. HIV-positive patients can also buy coverage through insurance marketplaces, often with the help of federal subsidies. And the law allows states to expand their Medicaid programs to cover low-income HIV patients who were not previously" (Gorman and Rao, 1/7). Read the story.
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