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How Does the "No Surprises Act" Impacts Medical Practice Offices and Surgery Centers
The No Surprises Act protects patients covered under group and individual health plans from receiving surprise medical bills when they receive most emergency services, non-emergency services from out-of-network providers at in-network facilities.

Since it took effect on January 1, 2022, we have been getting so many calls from our clients and other source referrals asking how they can comply with this new rule. And how the "No Surprises Act" impacts medical practice offices and ASC Ambulatory Surgery Centers settings.

In this Free Webinar, our speaker who is a Healthcare Attorney will thoroughly explain the most important topics related to this new rule:
(1) Understanding the "No Surprises Act";
(2) Why Billing at of out-of-network rates can be difficult and what you need to do to stay compliant with the new rule;
(3) How providers are required to give the patients a "good faith estimates" of the cost of the services provided to uninsured and self-pay patients in advance or prior to the patient's appointment;
(4) No "balance-billing" allowed for out-of-network emergency care until the patient gave consent and safely moved to an in-network facility;
(5) No "balance-billing" allowed for patients that are on-scheduled out-of-network services when the facility is considered as in-network facility unless the patient has been notified and provided consent;
(6) How your office and your surgery center can comply with this new rule by implementing a new operational workflow and proper training of your staff;
(7) How your patients will have the best patients’ experience.

This Webinar will surely answer so many of your questions and uncertainties. The truth is, we have no choice, it is here now! And it took effect on January 1, 2022. And we have to comply with this new rule. We have to implement this in our practice offices and in ambulatory surgery centers.

Ms Campanella is a Healthcare Attorney, there is no better person to help us understand and comply this new rule.


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