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Federal surprise billing legislation becomes law

HIGHLIGHTS Describes congressional committees’ perspectives on surprise medical billing Summarizes the bipartisan, bicameral agreement on the No Surprises Act Outlines patient protections under the No Surprises Act Provides an overview of payment dispute resolution processes For two years, from the end of 2018 through the end of 2020, congressional leaders explored different policy solutions to […]

Surprise billing, trauma, and cancer top state legislative agendas in 2020

Surprise billing, trauma, and cancer top state legislative agendas in 2020

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ACS continues to press for a congressional solution to surprise medical bills

Provides an update on congressional surprise billing proposals and identifies approaches for enhancing insurers’ transparency.

2019 state legislative review: State legislatures tackle a range of patient safety, access, and quality of care issues

2019 state legislative review: State legislatures tackle a range of patient safety, access, and quality of care issues

Action on state legislative priorities in 2019, including bills addressing surprise billing for out-of-network services, scope of practice, and Stop the Bleed legislation, is summarized.

State legislatures consider surprise billing legislation in 2019

State legislatures consider surprise billing legislation in 2019

A status update of state-level surprise billing legislation in 2019.

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