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Colored game board pieces The new guidance is a companion to a 520-page interim final regulation that describes how a new dispute resolution system, or arbitration system, will handle hard-to-solve conflicts. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Federal regulators are warning the arbitrators who handle No Surprises Act medical billing dispute mediators not to send out surprise bills of their own.

Officials at the Center for Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight talk about medical bill arbitrators’ fees in a batch of technical guidance issued Thursday.



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