Radiologists, Other Out-Of-Network Providers See Partial Win In ‘Surprise Billing’ Law, Attorney Says
The US Congress’ choice to use an arbitration model will make a new “surprise billing” law easier to swallow, a corporate attorney tells Medtech Insight.
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