Domestic Violence Screenings Will Now Be Covered Under Obamacare

From ThinkProgress Wed Jan 23 2013, 15:50:13

In a stark shift from 2004 -- when the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force did not find ample evidence to recommend regular domestic violence screenings -- the influential panel of scientists and medical professionals has now concluded that screening all women aged 14 to 46 for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) produces a "moderate net benefit," [...]

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