NPF Joins Coalition Statement Calling on Congress to Permanently End Surprise Medical Billing


The No Surprises Act represents a significant step toward the goal of ending surprise medical billing and is an improvement for patients over the status quo. While the bill addresses a longstanding and pervasive problem, the agreement comes amid media reports of patients receiving surprise medical bills stemming from COVID treatment, despite Congressional attempts to insulate patients from this practice for COVID-related services. Patients are frustrated that they continue to be exposed to this predatory practice at a time when they are concerned about their physical and financial wellbeing. We urge lawmakers to advance this legislation before this Congress adjourns.

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