Broadcast: May 27, 2022 at 2:00PM
On Demand Availability: May 27, 2022
Date: Goes live September 29, 2020 - Available from then on demand (Select an option below).
Start time: 7:30am PT / 8:30am MT / 9:30am CT / 10:30am ET
Presentation Length: 4 Hours
Author: Raemarie Jimenez, CPC, CIC, CPB, CPMA, CPPM, CPC-I, CCS
Ask the Attorneys: Deep Dive Into the No Surprises Act
Effective January 1, 2022, the Federal No Surprises Act went into effect and providers are required to be in compliance with both the Good Faith Estimate and Out of Network billing requirements. These new regulations are certain to change the way that health care providers interact with uninsured and out-of-network patients. This presentation will focus on the initial requirements and impacts to health care providers and facilities. We will discuss the requirements under the No Surprises Act, review the notice requirements for uninsured and out-of-network patients, develop strategies for provision of the good faith estimate, and analyze the notice and consent process for out-of-network services. With the foundation of the current requirements, we will identify the additional requirements that are coming later in 2022 and talk about things that every provider needs to know and best practices to ensure compliance and minimize risk of non-compliance or enforcement.
- Understand the requirements of the No Surprises Act
- Analyze how these requirements will affect your organization
- Develop implementation strategies and best practices
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|May 26, 2022
||$149.95 (Non Members: $189.95)
|May 27, 2022
||$149.95 (Non Members: $189.95)
About The Presenters
Stacy Harper, JD, MHSA, CPC
Stacy Harper, JD, MHSA, CPC counsels healthcare organizations on regulatory compliance reimbursement and data security issues. She provides clients first-hand knowledge of the legal and practical reimbursement structures for government and private payers and aids clients in the navigation of medical billing and coding standards, Stark Anti-kickback and other state and federal reimbursement laws. Stacy assesses risks and develops plans for healthcare providers and other businesses to address data privacy, data security and data breach response in accordance with HIPAA, HITECH and state data laws.
William (Bill) Hopkins, JD
Bill advises the full spectrum of healthcare clients from individual healthcare providers, healthcare companies to institutional healthcare clients. He focuses on state and federal licensure, regulatory compliance, and enforcement matters, with an emphasis on proactive legal services aimed at maintaining compliance and minimizing potential legal exposure. He handles all aspects of healthcare professional licensure and practice; long-term care licensure, regulation, and enforcement; medical staff issues, credentialing, fraud, and abuse; and compliance with rules of state and federal regulatory agencies. He has litigated on behalf of his clients in both State and Federal Administrative Courts, as well as the District Courts of Texas.
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