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No Surprises Act – Practical Tips and Outlook

March 02, 2021 Jennifer
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No Surprises Act – Practical Tips and Outlook
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No Surprises Act – Practical Tips and Outlook
Mar 02, 2021
Jennifer

As part of the $900 billion COVID-19 relief package signed on December 17, 2020, Congress passed the “No Surprises Act.” This statute, which will be effective next year, outlines new surprise billing protections for consumers, creates a federal dispute resolution process for certain out-of-network claims, and imposes compliance obligations on both providers and plans.  

This webinar will give hospitals and physician groups practical tips for navigating:

  • The Independent Dispute Resolution (IDR) process and out-of-network rate factors
  • Claims submission and billing requirements
  • Provider transparency and notice obligations
  • Federal all-payers claims database provisions
  • Considerations for managed care contracting after the No Surprises Act

Speakers:  Katrina Pagonis, Sansan Lin, Jeffrey Lin

Show Notes

As part of the $900 billion COVID-19 relief package signed on December 17, 2020, Congress passed the “No Surprises Act.” This statute, which will be effective next year, outlines new surprise billing protections for consumers, creates a federal dispute resolution process for certain out-of-network claims, and imposes compliance obligations on both providers and plans.  

This webinar will give hospitals and physician groups practical tips for navigating:

  • The Independent Dispute Resolution (IDR) process and out-of-network rate factors
  • Claims submission and billing requirements
  • Provider transparency and notice obligations
  • Federal all-payers claims database provisions
  • Considerations for managed care contracting after the No Surprises Act

Speakers:  Katrina Pagonis, Sansan Lin, Jeffrey Lin