Although eight new prevention-related health care services for women included in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act are now available at no cost to female patients, many are left wondering about the real price tag.
Tanya Boyd, owner of Sunnyvale, Texas-based Tanya Boyd & Associates, believes the Department of Health and Human Services and the Obama administration should not tout the word “free” when talking about health care coverage. “It is completely misleading,” she says.
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