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The state’s autism coverage fund is allocated $15 million for the current fiscal year that began in October -- but only two claims had been submitted and paid out to insurance companies as of this week, according to the state’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. The total claims paid were a little more than $3,000 combined. Significantly more claims are expected as the program -- which began in October -- ramps up. The state department says that seven carriers and third-party administrators have usernames and passwords connected to the program, but they have yet to submit claims.
For the full article, see Tim Martin, "Michigan's autism coverage reimbursement program for insurers off to a slow start", MLive, January 25, 2013.
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