Commonwealth Fund November 21, 2022
Justin Giovannelli, Sabrina Corlette


The Affordable Care Act’s provision for private plans to cover critical preventive services like cancer screenings and vaccinations without cost sharing is widely popular, but its future may be in jeopardy after a federal judge’s ruling earlier this year

Fifteen states have laws in place that require individual market insurers to cover, without cost sharing, the same categories of preventive services required by the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires nearly all private health plans to cover many critical preventive services without cost sharing. Though this protection is broadly popular and its benefits have been widely felt, its future is in jeopardy. In September, a federal judge in Texas ruled that much of the ACA’s preventive...

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