HMSA on U.S. Supreme Court Upholding the Affordable Care Act
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and HMSA
is moving forward with health care reform here in Hawaii.
What does this mean for our members?
- HMSA will continue to offer our members the current level of benefits and access to doctors and hospitals.
- HMSA will continue to offer coverage for dependents up to the age of 26 on their parents’ plan.
- In July, HMSA will add the ACA’s no-cost preventive women’s health services to the list of preventive services we now offer without copayments.
HMSA is committed to advocating for effective and affordable reform. Our work to
increase access to care, slow the growth of health care costs, and support preventive
health, individual responsibility, and transparency began long before the ACA became
law in 2010. We will continue to be a leader in transforming the state’s health
care system into one that is more sustainable and better meets the needs of Hawaii’s
Keeping you updated
We understand that the challenges of high medical costs, widespread waste, and millions
of uninsured people require new solutions. And we promise to keep you up to date
on our progress to find answers, whether through hmsa.com, social media accounts
such as @AskHMSA on Twitter or hmsa.com/facebook, or conversations on the phone
or in person.