No Surprises Act: Are you Ready for 2023?
Overview: On Dec. 27, 2020, the No Surprises Act (NSA) was signed into law as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. Simply put,
On Dec. 27, 2020, the No Surprises Act (NSA) was signed into law as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. Simply put, the NSA protects patients from surprise medical bills that come from unknowingly receiving care from out-of-network care providers. It also takes Price Transparency to a new level by requiring providers to present a good faith estimate to uninsured or self-pay patients. This presentation will recap the 2022 provisions being enforced and what to expect in 2023.
- Identify which healthcare facilities/providers must comply with specific NSA regulations
- Explore the NSA provisions that were not being enforced in 2022 and how to prepare for compliance in 2023
- Discuss the barriers to compliance regarding sharing information between convening and co-providers
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Barbara Johnson, Senior Revenue Cycle Consultant, ParaRev
Barbara’s healthcare career spans many years as a nurse, nursing supervisor, and nurse manager. A career move several years ago brought her to the Revenue Integrity Department where she gained knowledge in billing and coding. Combining these career experiences has given her a vast knowledge of healthcare from the clinical perspective to the regulatory world.
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