5 Ways the No Surprises Act Will Impact Your Orthopedics Practices
The ban on surprise billing and good faith estimate requirements of the No Surprises Act went into effect on January 1, 2022. The goal of the NSA is to protect patients from unexpected bills and create a consumer-friendly marketplace for pricing transparency in healthcare.
But for physicians and practices, understanding and planning for compliance can be a challenge.
We’ve highlighted the top 5 areas where orthopedics practices will need to implement new strategies, and offer insight on what’s involved, including:
- How patients are affected
- What changes are needed for optimal practice management and compliance
- How to make the requirements work to your advantage
- And more!
Read the guide for ideas and inspiration – and for an expert’s view, see our on-demand recorded webinar with economist Larry Van Horn, who contributed to the initial federal research that started the pricing transparency initiatives.