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Understanding the Nuances of the No Surprises Act Good Faith Estimates

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Passed in 2020 and effective January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act contains provisions that protect people from surprise medical billing and out-of-network emergency care costs not reimbursed by insurance. The law requires that providers and facilities send eligible uninsured or self-pay patients a good faith estimate (GFE). The GFE should detail as best as possible the charges patients can expect for scheduled visits, tests, supplies, drugs, or other services based on the expected course of treatment.

Laubach, Lori

Mori, Mandy

Moss Adams

No Surprises Act

September 6, 2022

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