Congress revives surprise billing debate with proposal for ‘mediation’

Congress revives surprise billing debate with proposal for ‘mediation’

A major House committee has unveiled largely provider-friendly legislation to tackle surprise medical bills. The House Ways & Means Committee released the legislation on Friday as a bid to end an impasse over how to handle surprise billing with a proposal to use a “mediation” process to handle disputes.

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