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The 2019 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act

The mental health parity compliance act of 2019 is a critical piece of legislation that requires states to provide care for people with mental illnesses . Advocates must use consistent cost/benefit analyses and materials to counter opponents' arguments effectively. Furthermore, they should be aware of the main points raised by opposition leaders and be prepared to refute them. They must also form a large coalition and launch a comprehensive media campaign. President George W. Bush's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health advocated for Parity in 2003. The parity law is one of several measures required to increase everyone's access to and affordability of mental health care. According to the law, all insured people should be entitled to the same level of benefits. The Act is required in most states and has bipartisan support. However, it's important to remember that different forms of managed care regulations differ in terms of coverage, diagnosis, population, and approa

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