With the spread of COVID-19, families are more likely to receive surprise medical bills and are less financially able to handle them. Despite some limited action on behalf of the U.S. Congress and Trump Administration, protections against most surprise medical bills during or after the COVID-19 pandemic are almost nonexistent. Click here to view and download the Infographic ... read more.
As our nation confronts a public health and economic threat greater than any we've seen in a century, every family is struggling to understand and manage the devastating and far-ranging effects of COVID-19. During this crisis, families need unfettered access to health and health care services. And, with unprecedented unemployment and widespread economic uncertainty, we also must ensure... read more.
Now that the No Surprises Act protections are in eﬀect, we continue to provide resources about the statute. See our resources tab to learn more about the new law and our eﬀorts to keep it strong for consumers. You can also visit the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ website on the law for more information: https://www.cms.gov/nosurprises.
Jane Sheehan, Director of Federal Relations