Are you up to date with the No Surprises Act (NSA) final ruling and what to implement as a result? If you can’t confidently answer yes, CHA has you covered.
The Departments of Labor, Treasury, and Health and Human Services (tri-agencies) have issued a long-anticipated No Surprises Act final rule to update several key requirements related to the independent dispute resolution (IDR) process.
The ruling found that key provisions of the July and October 2021 interim final rule were impermissible under the statute and mandates significant changes. It also defines “downcoded” claims and establishes requirements related to what information payers must share with providers in these instances.
The tri-agencies have also published a set of frequently asked questions to assist in addressing additional issues.
Join CHA’s Chad Mulvany and Amanda Hayes-Kibreab, partner at Kings-Spalding, as they provide insight and guidance for members navigating the No Surprises Act final rule.
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