Yes, all pre-existing conditions are allowed and can no longer be used to bar an individual from obtaining health insurance coverage. This provision of health care reform and guarantee of coverage went into effect for children in 2010 and will apply to adults in 2014. Premiums will not be allowed to use pre-existing conditions as a factor for establishing rates.
The cost of coverage can be adjusted using only these four factors:
1) whether the policy covers an individual or is a family plan
2) the rating area or geographic location of coverage
3) the age of the individuals covered by the policy
4) whether or not the covered individuals use tobacco products