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My provider has stopped paying for 1 of my medications without written notice. Is
Asked on April 22, 2019 under Insurance Law, Indiana
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 2 years ago | Contributor
It would only be illegal if the terms of your health insurance policy required notice before they did this, or if under the terms of the policy, they have to keep paying for this medication (i.e. have no valid grounds to discontinue paying). You have to check the terms of your policy to see what they are required to do, to see if they violated those obligations.
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