The Affordable Care Act puts you – not insurance companies – back in charge of your health care. The following rights and consumer protections are available through the health care law:
Most health insurance plans and issuers must provide you with an easy-to-understand summary about a health plan’s benefits and coverage.
State Consumer Assistance Programs help you file complaints and appeals, enroll in health coverage, and learn about your rights and responsibilities as a health care consumer.
You have the right to ask your plan to reconsider a denial of payment for services.
You may be eligible to receive recommended preventive health services at no cost.
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