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Men at business meeting Hospitals and insurers will have to wrestle over an eligible patient’s balance with each other, with help from mediators.

The new federal No Surprises Act (NSA) could force U.S. hospitals to play more gently with insurers, and possibly increase the amount of care they provide for uninsured patients.

The act has many pieces. One well-known part could help any insured clients you have who get emergency care from hospitals outside the insurers’ provider networks.



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