HHS orders arbitrators to go back to resolving payment disputes between providers and payors under the No Surprises Act.
Resolution process put on hold after federal court again strikes down parts of the regulation as being unfairly weighted in favor of insurers.
The rules unfairly favor insurers in out-of-network payment disputes, court says.
It remains far from clear whether the new surprise billing rule goes far enough to fix the problem of insurers having too much power in disputes.
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