CMS has proposed rule changes to streamline the No Surprises Act (NSA) independent dispute resolution (IDR) process. Comments on the proposal are due January 2, this is your chance to ask questions and make your voice heard before changes become final.
The proposed rule aims to accelerate determinations of whether a claim is eligible for the federal IDR process. Among other changes, if finalized the rule would change requirements around claims adjustment reason code use, modify circumstances in which items or services could be batched, and add document-trail requirements to the open negotiation process.
Join CHA’s Chad Mulvany and King and Spaulding’s Amanda Hayes-Kibreab as they unpack what’s in the proposed rule and how it could impact hospitals. Changes are coming, don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve!
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