White House Presses Congress To Act On Surprise Medical Bills

May 09, 2019
The White House pressured Congress to act to curb surprise medical bills and said it would support a solution protects the patient in both emergency situations and when a facing a surprise bill after scheduling an in-network procedure. While laying out a set of guiding principles for tackling the issue, the White House officials said they are not enthused by the idea of an arbitration process, but they would work with Congress on the best path forward. Senate health committee...

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