Physicians’ Advocacy Group Asks Court To Block Law On Surprise Medical Bills
The law "basically gives the insurance companies the power of government,” they argue, saying it empowers private insurance companies to set prices for physicians and other caregivers who are not even in their network.
San Francisco Chronicle:
Physicians Sue Over California Law On Out-Of-Network Billing
A political advocacy group for physicians has filed a lawsuit against a new California law designed to protect consumers from unexpected out-of-network medical bills. The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, in the lawsuit filed late last week in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California in Sacramento, asked the court to block the law. (Colliver, 10/17)