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Letter to the Department of Health and Human Services on Self-Funded Student Health Plans

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Letter to the Department of Health and Human Services on Self-Funded Student Health Plans

April 18, 2012

​A request for clarification in regulatory guidance on how self-funded student health benefit plans may be recognized as providing minimum essential coverage under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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