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Patients with health insurance should never be surprised by unexpected out-of-pocket costs. Texas hospitals support: 1) protecting patients from surprise bills and 2) maintaining mediation as the process by which facilities and plans come to a mutually acceptable payment amount, without the interference of government rate setters.

Texas hospitals support a patient-friendly
and free market solution to surprise billing.

Take action today and ask Texas lawmakers to support a patient-friendly and free market solution to surprise billing.
Contact Your Legislator


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Contact:

John Hawkins, senior vice president, advocacy and public policy, 512/465-1505

Sara Gonzalez, vice president, advocacy and public policy, 512/465-1596

Cameron Duncan, III, J.D., assistant general counsel, 512/465-1539


A Patient-Friendly and Free Market Solution to Ending Surprise Billing

THA Comments on State Surprise Billing Legislation
THA Comments on State Surprise Billing Legislation

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According to Texas Government Code 305.027, portions of this material may be considered “legislative advertising.” Authorization for its publication is made by John Hawkins, Texas Hospital Association, 1108 Lavaca, Suite 700, Austin, TX 78701-2180.