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Rhode Island may be taking on the nasty surprise of balance billing on behalf of residents, with legislation under consideration in the Senate that would limit what a patient has to pay out of pocket for an emergency department visit or other needed treatment. The provider would have to bill the insurer using a reimbursement rate calculated by the state’s insurance commissioner.
According to a Modern Healthcare report, the bill also provides for arbitration to resolve disputes between providers and insurers.
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