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Commercial and Medicare Advantage Payment for Anesthesiology Services
Abstract Objectives: Anesthesiology services are a focal point of policy making to address surprise medical billing. However, allowed amounts and charges for anesthesiology services have been understudied due to the specialty’s unique conversion factor (CF) unit of payment and complex provider structures involving anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs). This study compares payments for […]
Congress Ends Surprise Billing Implications for Payers, Providers and Patients
The No Surprises Act represents a rare bipartisan moment for Congress and a long-needed safeguard for patients that will reorient relationships among payers and providers.
Emergency Physicians Recover a Higher Share of Charges from Surprise Medical Bills
Emergency physicians recover a higher share of charges from out-of-network care than from in-network care.