Category Archives: Surprise Billing

Charging for Missed Appointments

Missed appointments occur occasionally, if not daily, at some practices.  A missed appointment is potentially [...]

A Pause in Changing Winds for the No Surprises Act: New Ruling Rolls Back IDR Fees, Suspends HHS Portal

The No Surprises Act (NSA) has undergone sweeping legal changes over the last month. Since [...]

Empowering Seamless Dispute Resolution: Unveiling the No Surprises Act (NSA) IDR Fee Resolution

IDR Fees Revitalizing Dispute Resolution: Unveiling the Reshaped Landscape In the ever-evolving landscape of dispute resolution, [...]

What You Need to Know About Good Faith Estimates for Sliding Fee Discounts

Good Faith Estimates How do you comply with the No Surprises Act’s Good Faith Estimate [...]

The No Surprises Act – Partial Final Rule Effective October 25, 2022

In July 2021, the U.S. Departments of Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services [the [...]

Sorting out the confusion: When the No Surprises Act does—and doesn’t—apply

The No Surprises Act (NSA) took effect January 1, 2022, yet there’s still a lot [...]

No Surprises Act: Six FAQs about the qualifying payment amount (QPA)

Now that the No Surprises Act (NSA) is in full swing as of January 1, [...]

Should we call it the September Rule or the October Surprise?

While you were celebrating the No Surprises Act designed to protect patients from surprise medical [...]

The No Surprises Act – CMS Notice and Consent Forms

Recently the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Labor, and Treasury issued Part I [...]

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