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Woman waiting in doctor's office Previously, preventative care only applied to services that were not provided in response to a particular condition, such as annual physicals. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The U.S. Department of Treasury released a notice Wednesday that could have major implications for high-deductible health plans by allowing plans to pay for certain services even if a patient has not yet met their deductible.

Jack Craver


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