Joint Letter to House Ways & Means Leadership Opposing Relying Solely on Arbitration to Resolve Surprise Medical Bills

The Business Group, joining other payors and unions, sent a joint letter to the House Ways and Means Committee Chair and Ranking Member opposing solely relying on arbitration to settle surprise medical bills. Instead, the group recommended establishing a process by which all patients and consumers can benefit from local, fairly negotiated, market-based rates.

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February 07, 2020

The Business Group, joining other payors and unions, sent a joint letter to the House Ways and Means Committee Chair and Ranking Member opposing solely relying on arbitration to settle surprise medical bills. Instead, the group recommended establishing a process by which all patients and consumers can benefit from local, fairly negotiated, market-based rates.  

Joint Letter to House Ways & Means Leadership Opposing Relying Solely on Arbitration to Resolve Surprise Medical Bills

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