New Jersey Enacts Insurance Mandate For Addiction Treatment

News | March 14, 2017

On February 15, 2016, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed legislation, Senate Bill 3, to require health insurers to cover addiction disorder treatment for up to 180 days without prior authorization. The provisions affect commercial health insurers, the State Health Benefits Program, and the School Employees’ Health Benefits Program. The provisions do not apply to…

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