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NY settles with insurer over mental health claims

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York's attorney general says an insurer covering more than 500,000 people has agreed to reform its handling of behavioral health claims, cover residential treatment and charge its lower primary care co-payment for outpatient mental health and addiction treatment. The attorney general's Health Care Bureau says that since 2001, an MVP Health Care subcontractor issued 40...

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