The No Surprises Act: An Overview with Recommendations for Physician Practices

The No Surprises Act (NSA) provides individuals and families covered by group and individual health plans protection against unexpected, high-priced medical bills for services delivered at in-network facilities by out-of-network (OON) providers. As part of it, the federal government estimates an impact of roughly 10 million medicals bills a year.

In this report, details are provided for physicians, billing staff, and others with an overview summary of the law’s key requirements and mechanisms, as well as recommendations to help support compliance.

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