Congress Tackles Overpriced ‘Surprise’ Medical Bills, Taking Several Different Tacks
A trio of legislative proposals to lower high-cost “surprise” medical bills that limit what physicians and hospitals, labs, and imaging facilities can charge patients, emerged this winter from three different US congressional committees with health care jurisdiction. Check out our detailed chart that sorts out some of the provisions of the bills of interest to device and diagnostics firms.
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