Legislation to curb the practice of handing patients in Georgia unexpectedly high medical bills passed out of the General Assembly Wednesday. It’s now in... Measure to curb surprise billing clears final legislative hurdle

Legislation to curb the practice of handing patients in Georgia unexpectedly high medical bills passed out of the General Assembly Wednesday. It’s now in the hands of Gov. Brian Kemp. The measure, House Bill 888, requires insurers to cover emergency services a patient receives, whether or not the provider is a participant in the patient’s insurance coverage network.

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