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Our 2022 Surprise Billing predictions build on the debates in 2021 and highlight the risk to your in-network fees and the paperwork required.
The “No Surprises” Act impacts all physicians in 2022! Beyond big changes for out-of-network (OON) billing, all practices need to prepare quickly as many requirements go into effect January 1, 2022
All anesthesia reimbursement likely to be driven down by the “No Surprise Billing” act. Both in-network and out-of-network rates affected.
The latest HHS rule for the No Surprises Act is universally condemned by physicians for biasing out of network reimbursement dispute resolution.
After much inaction on Capitol Hill, while Congress was consumed with other political matters, major legislative action resumed in attempting to fix the patient surprise billing conundrum. What follows is a recap of the changes and quickly evolving nature of surprise billing legislation. Currently, three main bills are working their way through the House and…
By David Nicholson, Executive Vice President Surprise medical bills occur when an insured patient unintentionally receives care from an out-of-network provider. And, according to a 2018 survey conducted by the University of Chicago, more than half of Americans (57%) have received at least one unexpected medical bill that they believed was covered by insurance. The topic of…