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 and access to the Patient Provider Dispute Resolution Process (“PPDR”).
Join us, along with our cohost, Moss Adams, for the second segment of this two-part series, The No Surprises Act, Part Two: The Good Faith Estimate and Patient Provider Dispute Resolution. We’ll cover key elements of the NSA, areas of risk, as well as the following topics:
- The ever-changing implications and compliance requirements of the NSA
- Key strategies to prepare and stay compliant
- Unintended consequences of the NSA and gray areas that impact health care providers