The Washington Post: Pregnant Women Gain New Options Under Health Law

The Washington Post: Pregnant Women Gain New Options Under Health Law

By Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The health care law has opened up an unusual opportunity for some mothers-to-be to save on medical bills for childbirth.

The ruling last summer opened the possibility for pregnant women to tap both benefit programs, said Dipti Singh, an attorney with the National Health Law Program in Los Angeles.

“Usually you could only be in one or the other,” said Singh. “This is different in that pregnant women are eligible for both.” Read the full article here. »

 

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