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The No Surprises Act passed in 2020 included provisions meant to force health insurers to clean up their provider directories but those directories are still highly inconsistent, new research suggests, reports Healthcare Dive. Researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine used artificial intelligence to analyze health plan provider directories for over 40% of U.S. physicians and found inconsistencies for 81% of doctors across five major insurers, according to the study, published in JAMA.