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The Health Insurance Squeeze

October 29, 2018 9:50AM

Physicians for Fair Coverage writes that patients are not getting the coverage they are paying for.


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When it comes to surprise medical bills, journalists largely focus on casualties and not the war

October 24, 2018 12:04PM

Throughout the summer, I saw tweet after tweet calling for an end to surprise medical

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How are you choosing your health care plan this year?

October 16, 2018 9:24AM

With open enrollment for health insurance just around the corner, now is the time for

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The insurance coverage gap and how to address it: 3 takeaways

September 27, 2018 10:13AM

Many patients find themselves with unexpected medical expenses after health plans deny

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Press Releases

Physicians Propose Ending Surprise Medical Bills and Better Protections for Patients in Federal Legislative Model

March 13, 2019 10:00AM

Physicians for Fair Coverage’s new approach builds...

Physicians for Fair Coverage President and CEO, Coalition Partner Testify Before the Georgia Insurance and Labor Committee on Surprise Billing Legislation

February 25, 2019 9:15AM

(Atlanta, GA) – Today, Michele Kimball, president and CEO of...

Physicians for Fair Coverage Applauds Call from President, Senators to Reduce Health Care Costs and Improve Transparency

February 6, 2019 2:00PM

(Washington, DC) – Today, Dr. Sherif Zaafran, MD, chair of Physicians for Fair...

Physicians for Fair Coverage Issues Statement After White House Roundtable Meeting on Surprise Medical Bills

January 24, 2019 3:00PM


Social Media Kit

Download our social media toolkit and tell your networks and lawmakers to end the surprise insurance gap.

Insurance companies are forcing doctors and other providers out of their networks, leaving patients with few provider choices, especially during emergencies when they need coverage the most. At the same time, patients are still being charged more in premiums, higher deductibles and cost-sharing that ever before. This insurance coverage gap is leaving patients with hefty surprise medical bills for out-of-network care that they thought would be covered. Insurance companies are protecting their profits, not their patients. Working together, doctors and patients can help lawmakers take patients out of the middle and promote a fair solution that will increase transparency, and effectively end surprise billing while ensuring long-term access to quality healthcare.

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