The No Surprises Act: Litigation Continues

The No Surprises Act (the “NSA”) has generated (and will continue to generate) a significant amount of litigation. The Plaintiffs, who are primarily medical provider organizations, used the practice of forum shopping to bring their cases in the court that will treat them most favorably. For the rule-making cases, the most favorable is the United … Continued

What Employers Can Do to Help Stem Rising Medical Debt

A growing movement is afoot to help Americans erase medical debt. It’s part of a cultural tipping point that acknowledges the financial fragility of both working and middle-class households. Many who secure treatment are unable to pay their out-of-pocket expenses – households living paycheck to paycheck before their illness or injury, and those whose illness … Continued