Thank you for your interest and offer of assistance in the Texas Medical Association lawsuit challenging a component of the rulemaking related to the arbitration process under the federal surprise billing law, the No Surprises Act. We welcome financial support for the lawsuit and have set up a TMA Surprise Billing Legal Fund for that purpose. Financial support for the suit can be sent to John Dorman, COO, TMA, 401 West 15th Street, Suite 100, Austin, Texas 78701, payable to the order of: TMA Surprise Billing Legal Fund.” You can also donate via the form below.
Learn about Surprise Medical Bills: What Physicians Need to Know.
Donations to the TMA Surprise Billing Legal Fund are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
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