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Pediatric Dental and Vision are Mandatory essential benefits under Section “J” 42  USC  18022  SB 951, even if there are no children on the policy.

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Covered CA Website

Children’s Dental Coverage

Adult – Family Dental Plans – Scroll down to see explanation on when a child should have both the mandatory coverage and additional coverage.

Specimen EOC Evidence of Coverage 2014 Page 35- Newer policies have Pediatric Dental in the Same EOC

HBEX Pediatric Policy Brief  11 pages 7.17.2013  PDF

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Dental for Everyone – Proposals, Quotes, Online Enrollment, etc.

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Covered CA – Ask us [email protected] or log into your account and click on Select Dental Plan in right hand side under Actions

Related Pages in Adult Dental – Vision Section

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Comments & FAQ’s

I am confused — I am a 60 yr. old mother of adult children, no minors are covered under my individual policy, so how on earth can Pediatric Dental be “mandatory”,
[Steve Shorr Insurance writes]

That’s the law. Everyone has to have it. It’s an essential benefit. You are also required to have maternity.

Hi Steve:

It is a question of principle, not $6.89 additional monthly fee! How come this fee is being padded after the contract was signed last year?
[Steve Shorr Insurance writes]

There is not a single thing, in my opinion, that has gone right with the roll out of Health Care Reform. See my SNAFU page I’m doing twice or more work with less than ½ the pay.

I especially resent that Covered CA (CC) advertising does not mention that one can buy from an agent. Worse, so many people think they can only buy from CC and only CC provides guaranteed issue. So, I’m certainly not making it up on volume.

The policy is effective Jan 1, 2014. No one mentioned this earlier.
[Steve Shorr Insurance writes]

It was the law though.

For some reason, CC policies do not currently include pediatric dental, nor do I believe it’s available!

After months of repeated requests and no resolution to auto payment, now someone decides to add mandatory fee retroactively and initiate auto payment. This is not right!
It is unfair and a dishonest act. If the fee became mandatory after the policy was issued, wait till the renewal date of the policy at the end of 2014 and then add this fee.
[Steve Shorr Insurance writes]

I agree, but with all the alligators in the swamp that I’m fighting, like getting you back on Auto pay, I have to let it go. If you want to write an email to BC, I will forward it for you.



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