In San Francisco starting last summer they offer surgery for trans-people.
Transgender surgeries funded by San Francisco called successfulNow if only Husky here in Connecticut covered gender confirming surgery. ACA will require trans-people to be covered for medically necessary treatment, including GCS.
by Chris Roberts @cbloggy | March 23, 2014
San Francisco's foray into paying for sexual reassignment surgery for the poor and uninsured is so far a success, officials said.
Fifteen people have had sexual reassignment surgeries paid for by The City in the last nine months, when the Department of Public Health started covering the once-controversial procedures.
However, San Francisco remains the only city in the state to cover gender reassignment surgery for the poor and uninsured with gender identity disorder. Gender identity disorder, or gender dysphoria, is the condition where a person does not identify with the sex with which they were born.
A total of 87 people without health insurance have entered the program, according to Barry Zevin, who heads the Transgender Health Project in the health department. About "five to 10" new requests are received each month, he said -- and at a negligible cost.