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Mealey's ACA - Judge Finds Standing But Not Sufficient Allegations In Parity Act Case

SALT LAKE CITY - Debts incurred when a health insurer denied coverage for a child's treatments provide the parents with standing, but their attempts to recover the amount through the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Act rely on conclusory statements and are better addressed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, a federal judge in Utah said Nov. 21 (John R., et al. v. United Behavioral Health, et al., No. 18-35, D. Utah).
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