Air ambulance advisory panel on surprise billing takes shape

From Healthcare Dive:

  • The Department of Transportation appointed 13 members to a new advisory committee charged with reviewing issues in the air ambulance industry with a special focus on finding ways to protect consumers from surprise billing.
  • The newly formed board is made up of professionals and stakeholders representing insurers, physicians, state insurance regulators and air ambulance providers.
  • After the committee’s first meeting, the group will have 180 days to deliver a report to the DOT secretary and HHS about their recommendations on various issues including surprise billing.

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