This year, the healthcare industry may expect additional guidance from courts and the federal government regarding the future of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”).
Health care fraud doesn’t merely impact the entities defrauded but has a ripple effect on innocent consumers as well.
After receiving treatment at a hospital, it is important to review statements from the hospital and your healthcare plan to be sure any payments you have made or payments you are expected to make are correct.
Insight of Florida’s balanced billing law to help you challenge healthcare plans that fail to pay medical bills for services provided at their in-network hospital by an out-of-network physician.
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