The Tennessee General Assembly is considering a bill that would change the way insurance companies negotiate contracts with doctors and hospitals. The bill, called the Health Care Provider Stability Act, is backed by the Tennessee Medical Association. Should the bill pass, Tennessee would be the only state in the country that would require insurers to renegotiate contract specifics with payers every year.
Tenn. considers changes in insurers' contracts with providers
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