Update: February 10, 2020

The week of February 10, the House Committee on Education and Labor and the House Committee on Ways and Means will consider legislation to protect families from surprise medical bills. This places us closer to Congress finally putting the needs of families before health care special interest groups. Congress must act now for the millions of families across America who pay their health insurance premiums every month only to have their financial autonomy upended by surprise medical bills.

The No Surprises Campaign urges both committees to advance their legislation and then work diligently with the Energy and Commerce and Senate HELP Committees to forward the strongest consensus bill that:

  • Finally stops the heinous practice of surprise billing.
  • Applies across all health plans and provider settings.
  • Holds health care costs down.