Heart-attack prevention bill, mandating coverage for CAD screening, passes quietly in Texas
June 26, 2009 10:03 AM Subscribe
Texas Passes Controversial Heart-attack Prevention Bill Austin, TX - Last Friday, while wading through reams of other bills and paperwork awaiting his attention, Texas Gov Rick Perry signed off on the controversial Texas Heart Attack Prevention Bill, mandating health-benefit plans to provide coverage for certain screening tests for early coronary artery disease . This time around, the ACC says it "officially supported" the legislation, whereas the AHA, by contrast, has refused to take a formal position on the bill.
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