The Perils of Government-Mandated Arbitration

Protecting patients from surprise bills requires us to address the market failure that drives the problem in the first place. Arbitration is a failed remedy that will incentivize exorbitant charges moving forward. Learn more about why arbitration will continue to lead to sky-high charges from out-of-network providers and higher premiums for all of us.

New York Tried Arbitration. Health Care Costs Went Up.

As Congress pushes forward on a solution to surprise medical bills, KHN's Rachel Bluth profiled New York's arbitration model and the significant cost increases facing patients under this flawed approach. Highlights from the article - To End Surprise Medical Bills, New...

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Financial Times: Private equity has inflated US medical bills

Below is an excerpt from the Financial Times.  What has been driving these nasty surprises? Outsourcing is clearly part of it. But that’s hardly new: hospitals have been contracting out specialised services for decades as they strive to save costs. A better place to...

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