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Patients in a waiting room ERIC did urge the administration to designate urgent care centers as emergency departments to reduce confusion about classification, because it currently varies state by state. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Several leading industry associations are weighing in on the Biden administration’s interim final rule on surprise medical billing during the public comment period.

“It is vital that the final rule allows the No Surprise Act to be implemented as Congress intended while also safeguarding patients from surprise medical bills, lowering costs and strengthening employer-sponsored health insurance for millions of Americans and their families,” said James Gelfand, executive vice president, public affairs, for the ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC).

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