Registration is now open for Surprise Medical Bills: Issue Overview & Updates on Proposed Consumer Protections - Pulse Webinar broadcast live at 2pm on June 25.
In this virtual workshop, ABC for Health's Legal Staff provide an overview of the major concepts related to surprise medical bills and implications for patients and bill payers. We’ll look at consumer rights & responsibilities and address the most common network and billing questions. We’ll share stories based upon our experience helping clients deal with unexpected emergency services, specialty care, or ambulance transport that created surprise medical bills.
We’ll summarize actions taken by other states to combat surprise medical bills and review the latest versions of federal, bi-partisan legislation under review in Washington. Finally, we’ll discuss how surprise medical bills fit into the broader conversation on rising healthcare costs and evolving patient services and protections.
Who Should Attend? This 1-hour intermediate level webinar is ideal for providers and advocates working with families. The webinar costs $30 for HealthWatch Wisconsin members and $60 for non-members. Registrants will receive a link prior to the event. This link will be your ticket into the webinar.
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HealthWatch Wisconsin, Inc, a subsidiary of ABC for Health, promotes improved access to health care coverage and services. HealthWatch will continue to track and inform policy developments in a changing landscape of public and private insurance coverage options for the people of Wisconsin.