The No Surprises Act — implemented in January, 2022 — prohibits hospital providers who are out of a patient’s coverage network from billing the patient when they couldn’t have known they were receiving care out of network. Now, a new analysis by the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics, published in JAMA Health Forum, reveals that a payment rule in this law will likely lead to lower rates for emergency medicine procedures.

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