The work that has been done in the fight for equal insurance coverage has been extraordinarily valuable, both to clients at The Emily Program and people with eating disorders throughout the country.
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The passage of a federal mental health parity law nearly a decade ago was an important step in ensuring that people struggling with mental health issues received the insurance coverage they needed. More progress came in the form of the 21st Century Cures Act in 2016, which included the first instance of eating disorders language in legislation, clarifying that it is not acceptable to exclude eating disorder treatment—specifically residential programs—from insurance coverage.
Fall isn't just a time for pulling out your warm sweaters and crunching through the fallen leaves. It's the season of open enrollment, your annual chance to ask "Is my health insurance plan working for me?"
Figuring out your insurance options can be a complex process. Here are some tips for getting started:
Insurance coverage is complicated. In this video, Dr. Jillian Lampert explains the best way to navigate your coverage for eating disorder care.
‘Tis the season for open enrollment – your once-a-year chance to make choices and changes to ensure your health insurance plan is tailored to your needs.
Navigating your options can be complex and confusing. Below are some tips that might help.
In our latest "Ask Emily" Dr. Jillian Lampert addresses a common question about insurance. Watch the video below to hear more about this topic and what you can do to better understand your own coverage for eating disorder treatment.