Obamacare means never having to say, "Here's some money for my birth control."
The Obama administration on Monday rapped health insurers on the knuckles, strongly reminding them that they have to cover all approved birth control methods without forcing women to pay out-of-pocket for the medication or devices.
The U.S. Health and Human Services Department also issued guidance reinforcing insurers' obligations under the Affordable Care Act to pay for a slew of services at no extra charge to their customers.
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The moves follow reports a few weeks ago that insurers were often ignoring the Obamacare contraception rule, and days after New York's attorney general sought information from insurers about how their plans are covering contraception.
A New York Times story in late April said researchers found some insurers were only covering one or two forms of birth control, out of the 18 separate approved methods, or they were refusing to provide contraception coverage without out-of-pocket payments to women over certain ages.