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Prosthetic Coverage Gains and Improving VA Amputee Care
New York State has been the focus on tremendous NAAOP activity over the past several months, largely because positive changes there could help improve coverage of prosthetic care in other states.
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Prosthetic Coverage Victory in New York!
NY Reverses Limitation on Prosthetic Coverage - “One limb per life” restriction eliminated effective Jan. 1, 2016
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1 limb per life.

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Read the letter from New York State eliminating the 1 limb per life restriction here!

NAAOP's efforts to reverse the 1-limb-per-life restriction in NY pay off! NY announces that effective January 1, 2016, plans available on the NY health insurance exchange must cover repairs and replacements of prosthetic devices for both children and adults.

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Peter W. Thomas, General Counsel, NAAOP

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David McGill, NAAOP President

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George W. Breece, Executive Director, NAAOP