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Mental Health Parity Act

Department of Labor Employee Benefits Security Administration Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides United States 31 December 2006 Legislation/regulation health insurance

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The Mental Health Parity Act is a United States law requiring annual or lifetime dollar limits on mental health benefits to be no lower than the dollar limits for medical and surgical benefits offered by a group health plan or insurance provider.

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