By Laura Ungar and Jayne O'Donnell
Originally posted March 9, 2015
Insurance coverage for mental and physical illness remains unequal despite promises that Obamacare would help level the playing field, mental health advocates and researchers say.
A new study by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that consumer information on a quarter of the Obamacare plans that researchers examined appeared to go against a federal "parity" law designed to stop discrimination in coverage for people with mental health or addiction problems.
This makes it nearly impossible for consumers to find the best plan to cover their mental health needs, the research suggests.
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