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The No Surprises Act: Debunking the Myths

The No Surprises Act, legislation protecting patients from surprise medical billing, was passed in 2020 following Congressional consideration of several proposals with differing approaches. The complexity of the issue not only made passing legislation challenging but also gave rise to numerous myths.

CMS Halts Payment Decisions for No Surprises Act Following Court Defeat

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has directed certified independent dispute resolution entities to halt all payment determinations related to the No Surprises Act until additional guidance is provided by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Treasury Department. This decision follows a court defeat for CMS.

No Surprises Act Updates

Anesthesiologists Oppose 700% Increase in Fee to Access No Surprises Act Independent Dispute Resolution Process and Call for IDR Reforms.

‘No Surprises Act’ Implementation Is Full of Surprises.