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PA Pilot Program to Evaluate EMS Agencies

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The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) is leading the pilot program.

Final Participants in ET3 Program Announced

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The list of final ET3 participants include 184 public and private ambulance providers and suppliers representing 36 states.
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Treatment-in-Place Medicare Bill Introduced in the Senate

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The treatment-in-place legislation would provide the Health and Human Services Secretary the authority to reimburse ambulance providers for services delivered to Medicare beneficiaries.
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New OH, Federal Laws Aim to Stop Surprise Medical Bills

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Patients who get stuck with bills after accidently going out-of-network will be protected under two new laws.

Hard Questions about ET3

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The Congress of Mobile Medical Professionals talks about ET3, with some CP/MIH thrown in for good measure.

FDNY Proposes New Ambulance Fees

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The FDNY is looking to charge more for ambulance treatment and transport services after nearly four years of the same rates.

Surprise Medical Bills Increase Costs for Everyone, Not Just for the People Who Get...

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Fixing surprise billing won't just help the patients being billed; it offers the potential to lower health insurance premiums for everyone.

EMS Lawline: EMS Licensing Agencies and CMS Have Helped Ambulance Services During the COVID-19...

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It is critical that EMS agencies constantly monitor statutory enactments, regulatory actions, notices and other documents issued by government agencies, writes Ken Brody.

NVFC: EMS Organizations That Bill for Transport Receiving Stimulus Funding

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Stimulus money for emergency medical services organizations that bill for transporting patients to hospital emergency departments.
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Trinity EMS (MA) to Cancel $1.6 Million in Medical Debt

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Trinity EMS will cancel nearly $1.6 million in debt and provide $50,000 in restitution to resolve allegations that its lawyer illegally threatened consumers with arrest and imprisonment.