Frequently Asked Questions About the No Surprises Act—What AMCs and Teaching Hospitals Need to Know (On-Demand Webinar)
Overview: In this webinar, we will discuss how academic medical centers (AMCs) and teaching hospitals are impacted by the No Surprises Act (NSA), which has established specific requirements for health care facilities and providers, and certain rights and protections for patients in order to avoid surprise medical bills and help patients understand costs before receiving health care. This webinar will provide an overview of the NSA’s requirements, unique compliance considerations, penalties for violations, and pending litigation.
I. What does the No Surprises Act require?
II. What are some unique NSA compliance considerations?
III. How are payment disputes resolved under the NSA?
IV. What are the penalties for violating the NSA?
V. What provisions of the NSA are at issue in pending lawsuits?
Emily Little, Counsel, University of Missouri
Lindsey Murtagh, Director of the Regulations and Policy Division, CMS/CCIIO
Dave Mlawsky, Health Insurance Specialist, Regulations and Policy Division, CMS/CCIIO
Katrina A. Pagonis, Regulatory Department Chair, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, P.C.
Captain Samuel Schaffzin, Acting Director of the Provider Compliance and Enforcement Division, CMS/CCIIO
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This webinar has been approved for CCB. The maximum number of credits available is 1.80.
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