50 Groups Ask Administration To Craft QPA-Based Surprise Billing Rule

By Donna Haseley, Amy Lotven / June 8, 2021 at 6:40 PM
Nearly 50 groups representing consumers, patients and workers are pressing the Biden administration to write a surprise billing rule that makes the qualifying payment amount, on which patient cost-sharing is based. The request, in a Tuesday (June 8) letter to HHS, Labor and Treasury, comes as a small bipartisan group of House and Senate lawmakers push the administration to also give equal weight to five other factors mentioned in the surprise billing law. The stakeholders argue the No Surprises Act...

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