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Air Ambulance Group Sues to Block Surprise Billing Rule's Arbitration Provisions
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Nov. 18, 2021

"The Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS) ... which represents air ambulance providers that are major sources of surprise medical bills, charges that the rule ... calls for the third-party arbiter to put too much weight on ... the insurer's median in-network rate for a service in an area.... The group charges that a fairer process would consider factors such as the type of aircraft used in transportation and the acuity of the patient." [Association of Air Medical Services v. HHS, No. 21-3031 (D.D.C. complaint filed Nov. 16, 2021)]

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