The following statement can be attributed to Brian Peters, CEO of the Michigan Health & Hospital Association, following the introduction of Senate Bills 530 and 531 in the Michigan Legislature.
The auto no-fault insurance bills introduced today will improve access to care for auto accident survivors and patients. The reforms implemented several years ago created an environment of extreme uncertainty. This bill package is an important step towards providing better access to services and reimbursement clarity, bringing Michigan healthcare provider reimbursement in line with national averages and ensuring they all have the resources needed to care for auto accident survivors throughout their recovery.
The Michigan Health & Hospital Association is proud to join the many stakeholders supporting Senate Bills 530 and 531.
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