More patients can seek preventive health treatments and stop using the emergency room as their primary care doctor with the benefits of two provisions of the Affordable Care Act now in effect.
As of Jan. 1, hospitals are no longer allowed to charge co-pays or costs toward insurance deductibles to insured patients for a menu of 16 preventive services for adults, 27 for children and 22 for women — paid for through state and federal Medicaid.
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