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Health Care Reform
Understanding the Issue:

NAMI Comments on Medicaid Eligibility 10-31-11
11/08/2011

NAMI Comments to DHHS on IOM 10 11
10/27/2011
Read NAMI's Comments to the Department of Health and Human Services listening Session on the Institute of Medicine Recommendations on Essential Health Benefits Under the Affordable Care Act

IOM Comments on Essential Benefits Package
12/07/2010
Read NAMI's comments to the Institute of Medicine on the Essential Benefits Package in Health Care Reform.

NAMI Comments on the Planning and Establishment of State-Level Exchanges
10/06/2010
Read comments provided by NAMI to the Department of Health & Human Services regarding state-level exchanges.

NAMI Comments on the Medicare Mental Health Inpatient Equity Act (HR 6143)
9/23/2010
Read submitted comments submitted by NAMI to Representative Paul Tonko in support of the Medicare Mental Health Inpatient Equity Act (HR 6143)

NAMI Comments on Preventive Services Requirements
9/17/2010
Read comments provided by NAMI on interim final rules for group health plans and health insurance issuers relating to coverage of preventetive services under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Healthcare.gov
7/01/2010
The Obama administration launched HealthCare.gov with new fact sheets and explanations of the Health Care Reform law.

NAMI's Comments on Rule Pertaining to Grandfathered Status
5/08/2010
View NAMI's comments on a rule issued by the Obama Administration clarifying which plans will qualify for "grandfathered" status, meaning that they will be permitted to avoid compliance with certain health care reform requirements until 2014.

Summary of the Senate HELP Committee Health Reform Package
6/19/2009
Read a summary of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee proposal for health care reform.

Summary of the House "Tri-Committee" Health Reform Package
6/19/2009
Read a summary of the health care reform proposal developed by the House Committes on Ways and Means, Energy and Commerce, and Education and Labor.


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