Grace's Law

New Jersey’s first law that requires limited insurance coverage for children’s hearing aids. Your health benefits plan may or may not be subject to the requirements of Grace’s Law. The following information should help determine if your health plan is required to comply with this law.

What are the benefits stated in Grace’s Law?

Grace’s Law , P. L. 2008, c. 126, effective March 30, 2009, requires health insurance carriers, including hospital, medical and health service corporations; individual and group health insurance companies; Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs); health benefits plans issued pursuant to the Individual Health Coverage (IHC) and Small Employer Health Benefits (SEH) Programs; the State Health Benefits Plan (SHBP) and the NJ FamilyCare Program to provide benefits for medically necessary expenses incurred in the purchase of a hearing aid for a covered person 15 years of age or younger.

Grace's Law (English Version)

Grace's Law (Spanish Version)