Insurer's cuts in payments, hours of treatment cloud future for Indiana autism therapists

June 22, 2014 2:58 PM

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FISHERS, Indiana — Indiana autism therapists are reducing staff and services following steep cuts by the state's largest health insurer.

The Indianapolis Business Journal reports ( ) Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield began implementing the changes two years ago by directing that children age 7 and older receive a portion of their autism therapy from public schools.

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