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NAIFA has joined with other groups and employers who sponsor health insurance benefits for tens of millions of Americans to send a letter to congressional leadership urging Congress to enact legislation to reduce health care costs.

The letter advocates for legislation to end the problem of surprise medical billing and for other health care provisions included in the bipartisan Lower Health Care Costs Act to be a part of the next round of COVID-19-recovery legislation or an upcoming government funding package. The provisions would reduce health care costs and improve quality, the letter says. They are designed to promote transparency, fairness, and competition in the health care industry; implement targeted reform to reduce drug costs; and improve health care by leveraging information technology.

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