Do You Have Questions About How the Federal Surprise Billing Law Affects Physicians?

December 13, 2022

ISMIE’s resource offers guidance on how to meet regulatory compliance

The intention of the No Surprises Act (NSA) legislation passed by Congress is to protect patients from unexpected medical bills incurred as a result of potentially confusing in-network/out-of-network relationships between physicians, healthcare facilities and insurance plans.
Specifically, the NSA was enacted to prevent patients from receiving “surprise bills” for services received from physicians or other healthcare professionals who are not part of the patient’s insurance plan provider network.
ISMIE’s resource for policyholders, Surprise Billing: An Overview of the Federal No Surprises Act, offers guidance about what physicians need to address to be in compliance with the No Surprises Act. Please note that some states may already have laws in place that will impact implementation.
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