AHA and FAH to members of Congress: Regarding Surprise Medical Bills

The AHA and Federation of American Hospitals “strongly believe that any public policy solution to resolve surprise bills must protect patients by prohibiting balance billing and by limiting patients’ cost-sharing to an in-network amount,” the organizations Dec. 21 told members of Congress.

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