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The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association (PCA) applaud Congress for passing legislation that will promote fair competition in health insurance markets with the removal of a 75-year-old exemption that allowed these companies to avoid federal antitrust laws.

Daniel Schatzberg, DC, PCA President and Pennsylvania Delegate to the ACA’s House of Delegates, commented “The PCA is pleased and encouraged with this legislation that at long last may begin ‘leveling the playing field’ between health providers and health insurers. Despite their heavily funded, ‘warm and fuzzy’ marketing campaigns, the stunning reality is that health insurers have aggressively encroached on the clinical judgments and practices of well-educated and trained health care professionals by their profit-obsessed intrusions into controlling the care patients receive, despite the professional judgments of the patients’ providers.”

Read ACA’s news release and learn more here.

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