For Emergency Payment Disputes, Mediation Is Cure

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Although the federal government findings did not segregate the increased use by insurance status, the August 2008 Annals of Emergency Medicine reports that, while the proportion of uninsured visits was unchanged, the number of overall visits went up substantially and that visits by people in the highest income bracket increased the most.

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