The No Surprises Act (NSA) places regulatory requirements on health providers and insurers. It’s designed to protect consumers from unanticipated and high-cost payments for out-of-network emergency treatment by prohibiting balance billing. Additionally, it provides consumers with the right to a good-faith cost estimate (GFE) before scheduled services.
Join us, along with our cohost, Moss Adams, for the first segment of this two-part series, The No Surprises Act, Part One: Strategies to Stay Compliant. We’ll cover key elements of the NSA, areas of risk, as well as the following topics:
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