States Make Laws To Protect Patients From Hidden Medical Bills

States Make Laws To Protect Patients From Hidden Medical Bills

By Michelle Andrews

Too many patients only learn after they get the bill that their insurer won’t cover some medical services provided in the hospital. New laws in several states aim to stop those nasty surprises.

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