Tag Archives: out-of-network billing

ACA Round-Up: Governors Offer Individual Market Stabilization Proposals And More

On August 30, governors Kasich of Ohio, Hickenlooper of Colorado, and six Republican, Democratic, and Independent colleagues sent a letter to the leaders of the House and Senate asking them to take immediate steps to restore stability and affordability to the individual health insurance market.

September 1, 2017

President Obama’s Budget Takes State-Level Debates Over Surprise Out-of-Network Bills To National Policymakers

President Obama’s final budget proposal was met with a lot of political opposition. However, one legislative proposal, aimed at helping consumers who get stuck with surprise bills from out-of-network health care providers, deserves attention.

March 22, 2016

A Tale Of Two Deliveries, Or An Out-Of-Network Problem

As co-workers and first-time moms-to-be, we shared much of the pregnancy journey together -- including the same employer-sponsored health insurance plan. However, one of us received an unexpected bill for $1,600 for anesthesiology service while the other didn't pay a dime.

November 3, 2015