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.

Coalition Statement on New CBO Score for H.R. 2328

September 19 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Following the release of the Congressional Budget Office’s latest estimates on the cost associated with an arbitration proposal included in H.R. 2328 – Reauthorizing and Extending America’s Community Health Act, the Coalition Against...

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Coalition Statement in Opposition of Arbitration Amendment

Inclusion of Arbitration Provision in Energy & Commerce Legislation Would Be A Hand-Out to Private Equity At Patients’ Expense WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Coalition Against Surprise Medical Billing, whose members include leading organizations representing employers,...

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