AHA, Others Urge Anthem to Immediately Retract ED Coverage Changes

AHA, others express concerns that Anthem’s coverage policies for outpatient imaging and emergency care services are detrimental to patients, diminishing access to care and driving care
location based on the lowest cost provider.

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