Kansas could inch its way toward requiring coverage of autism spectrum disorders.
The Senate Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee on Wednesday considered a bill (SB 554) that would launch a test track for requiring coverage of autism treatment by first offering that coverage to state workers and their families. The move would test the financial feasibility of a larger mandate.
Sen. Ruth Teichman, a Stafford Republican, said she developed the bill after reviewing laws in 15 other states that mandate coverage.
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Thursday, March 11, 2010
Kansas Mandate Bill
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports: