This chapter describes the protections that you have in group health plans, such as those offered by employers or labor unions. Your protections will vary somewhat, depending on whether your plan is a fully insured group health plan or a self-insured group health plan. The plan’s benefits information must indicate whether the plan is self-insured.
Group Health Plans
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- When Does a Group Plan Have to Let Me In?
- Can a Group Health Plan Limit My Coverage for Pre-existing Health Conditions?
- What Will My Group Health Plan Cover?
- What Can I Be Charged For My Group Health Insurance?
- Limits to Protections for Certain Government Workers
- As You Leave Group Coverage