Employer-sponsored health plans will not be able to tack on special “adult children” surcharges and will have to offer an enrollment period of at least 30 days to adult children who may previously have lost coverage or been ineligible for coverage before turning 26, under interim final rules issued on May 10, 2010, interpreting one of the most closely watched parts of the landmark health reform legislation.
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Forever young: new “adult children” guidance under health care reform covers enrollment, surcharges
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