As suicides rise, health insurance companies are looking for ways to deny mental health coverage. This according to a Bloomberg investigation. The passage of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity act of 2008 requires insurance providers to offer comparable coverage for mental health and medical treatments. Despite the law, the federal suicide rate has risen by 16% since the act was passed. This morning we talk to a mental health provider about the Bloomberg investigation that recently found insurance providers are denying claims, limiting coverage and finding other ways to avoid complying with the law. Click the link to listen.