Unpacking the No Surprises Act

How will it impact the provider workflow?

Hear from a leading consultant focused on assisting healthcare providers with regulatory interpretation and implementation of the No Surprises Act.

The No Surprises Act adopts a comprehensive approach to protecting consumers from surprise medical bills, and is expected to create major process changes for payers and providers to make the vision a reality. While aspects of the legislation are still being defined, there are steps providers and payers can take now to comply in the months ahead.

In this webinar, hear from industry expert Stanley Nachimson, who is focused on assisting healthcare providers, vendors, and plans with regulatory interpretation and implementation. The 60-minute session will cover:

  • An overview of the No Surprises Act (CAA)
  • Clarification on updates, as aspects of the ruling continue to evolve weekly around enforcement and compliance standards
  • Insights around how providers and payers can change their processes to address regulatory requirements
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About our speakers

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Stanley Nachimson

Principal of Nachimson Advisors, a health IT consulting firm dedicated to finding innovative uses for health information technology and encouraging its adoption. Stanley is the author of the authoritative paper on the cost of ICD-10 for physician practices. He has also served at CMS for over 30 years, with a focus on HIPAA and other HIT regulations during his last 10 years there.  

 

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Roger Johnson

Webinar Moderator: Experian Health’s Vice President for Payer Operations. He has been engaged in resolving business challenges for almost three decades, working on products and processes across the healthcare industry. Roger is leading Experian Health’s coordinated response and solutioning related to the opportunities and challenges presented by the No Surprises Act (CAA).