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The Biden administration largely stood firm on its plan for resolving disputes over surprise medical bills, despite vocal opposition from physicians and other providers.

In a final rule published late Friday, the government said the entities that are meant to settle disputes between insurance companies and out-of-network providers must start their considerations with the median in-network payment rate for the service in question.

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