New York already has a hugely successful law that protects all stakeholders. New York’s law, based on baseball style binding arbitration, holds the patient harmless while simultaneously protecting interests of doctors and insurers.
So why is legislation at the federal level, the No Surprise Act, not similar to New York’s own?
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