Leading policy experts and organizations representing consumers, employers and unions have urged Congress to stop discriminatory pricing from bad actors and pursue reforms that would lower costs for millions of Americans. Importantly, everyone agrees that protecting consumers means avoiding a costly, burdensome arbitration proposal that would incentivize price-gouging moving forward. Learn more.
- NPR: 1 in 5 Patients Gets A Surprise Medical Bill After Surgery
- When Private Equity Knocks On Your Door
- The Cost and Perils of Arbitration
- Coalition Launches New Advertising Campaign Highlighting The Costly ‘Surprise’ Behind Private Equity’s Arbitration ‘Solution’
- JAMA Op-ed: Surprise Billing In Surgery Time For Action