On Thursday, May 9, President Donald Trump called for an end to 'surprise medical bills' that can cost consumers thousands ... or tens of thousands ... of dollars for out-of-network billing. Legislators in both parties agree these bills unfairly impact patients when they are at their most vulnerable - such as in the delivery of emergency care - or when they have no control over or are unaware of out-of-network use - such as going to an in-network surgeon but having an out-of-network anesthesiologist.
The Nashville Health Care Council hosted a lively discussion on healthcare policy with leaders of two of the most influential healthcare advocacy groups in D.C.
Organization Points to Insurers Narrow Networks as Root Cause
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