California Healthline: Assembly Passes Continuity of Care Bill

by David Gorn

The Assembly last week unanimously approved a measure aimed at making sure patients will be able to complete certain courses of treatment despite changes in insurance coverage because of the Affordable Care Act.

AB 369 by Assembly member Richard Pan (D-Sacramento), carried over from the previous session, received unanimous approval. That’s unusual for any proposal related to the ACA. Bills related to health care reform often get a contingent of Republican “no” votes. In this case, the vote was 73-0.

 

Continue reading here: http://www.californiahealthline.org/capitol-desk/2014/2/assembly-passes-continuity-of-care-bill

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