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US Legislators To Rein In Surprise Laboratory, Imaging, Other Health-Care Bills

Executive Summary

The US House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Health Subcommittee held a hearing on 12 June on proposed legislation to end “surprise medical billing,” spurred in part by out-of-network laboratory and advanced imaging bills, while Senate HELP Committee leaders continued to promote their own draft Lower Health Care Cost Act, addressing similar issues.

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