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AAPM&R National Grand Rounds: No Surprises Act: Three Things You Need to Know Now about Surprise Billing

Robert S. Jasak, J.D.
Vice President, Coverage and Payment Policy
Hart Health Strategies, Inc.

Cindy H. Moon, MPP, MPH
Vice President, Health Care Payment and Delivery Reform
Hart Health Strategies, Inc.

To address years of concern over “surprise billing,” Congress enacted new balance billing patient protections under the No Surprises Act. In addition to the patient protections, the law placed new obligations on providers and hospitals (as well as health plans). These provisions became effective this year. While many people think of patients receiving “surprise bills” as only related to emergency and ancillary services, several provisions of the new law will also apply to PM&R physicians in certain circumstances.   To help you navigate the new requirements, we invite you join this National Grandround to learn more about:

  • What you are required to provide patients in the way of patient disclosures
  • When patients can consent to waive their balance billing protections and what role the physiatrist plays in providing a related notice
  • When you are required to provide a good faith estimate to a patient and what to do when it does 
Availability: No future session
Cost: FREE
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1 CME Credit
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