On behalf of our member hospitals, health systems and other health care organizations, we are fully committed to protecting patients from “surprise medical bills” that result from unexpected gaps in coverage or medical emergencies. We agree with the Committee’s goal, outlined in its summary of the “No Surprises Act,” that America’s families need relief from this problem and we welcome the opportunity to share our comments regarding the Committee’s discussion draft.
Urge Your Senators, Representative to Protect Patients from Surprise Medical Bills and Reject Rate Setting
A number of important legislative and regulatory issues are pending for hospitals and health systems.
A comparison of the major surprise billing legislation pending before congress.<
AHA Comments on Provisions of the Reauthorizing and Extending America’s Community Health (REACH) Act
AHA comments on provisions of the Reauthorizing and Extending America’s Community Health (REACH) Act.
The House Energy & Commerce Health Subcommittee this week is expected to mark up the No Surprises Act – draft bipartisan legislation focused on
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The House Energy and Commerce Committee in May put forward discussion draft legislation, The No Surprises Act, to prevent surprise medical bills.