Just when we thought we were finished with new regulations for the year, the No Surprises Act that was introduced in July is set to be implemented on January 1, 2022.
Presented by Kathy Mills Chang, MCS-P, CCPC, CCCA
Kathy and the team of specialists at KMC University are the go-to experts for reimbursement, Medicare, Coding and compliance. Get the information you need from the name you can trust!
This webinar was recorded on December 9th, 2021
Just when we thought we were finished with new regulations for the year, the No Surprises Act that was introduced in July is set to be implemented on January 1, 2022. This Act is properly named ‘surprise’ as it has surprised both payers and providers. Multiple governmental departments are involved, complicating the matter even further. There are many layers to the Act and what it means for health care providers, whether in or out of network with payers. While it originally focused on hospitals and ambulance providers, etc., a deeper dive into the rules indicates that the No Surprises Act has taken it a bit further than just providers of emergency care or hospitals.
The law focuses on three areas:
The team of KMC University specialists has unraveled what we know now and prepared for what is to be clarified in the next few weeks and is ready to demystify this multi-faceted regulation for you and what it means to your practice. Join us for this informative webinar and get your team prepared for what’s required on January 1st.
Compliance with the rules will be mandatory! As your trusted source for accurate and timely information, join us and let us help you sift through the pages and pages of rules and cut to the chase of what you need for your practice to comply in the most streamlined way possible. Remember, KMC University members attend free by registering from their dashboard!
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