Baker Tilly | 1 CPE | The No Surprises Act and its effect on healthcare provider operations
The No Surprises Act (NSA), which intends to protect patients from unexpected medical expenses when receiving out-of-network care, is proving to be a work in progress for many healthcare providers across the U.S. In addition to complying with the regulation, there are many considerations to examine, including its effect on revenue cycle operations and the relationship between providers and payers.
Join Baker Tilly for a panel-format webinar where our team will examine the NSA and its impact on provider organizations. In addition to highlighting the various components of the NSA, our team will discuss its effects on patient access and scheduling, its influence on out-of-network health plans and its ramifications across all facets of the revenue cycle process. We will also outline actionable steps that organizations can take to create operational efficiencies beyond a pure compliance perspective.
- Outline the various components of the NSA
- Evaluate the impact that the NSA will have on revenue cycle operations and technology transformation
- Identify the effects the NSA will have on out-of-network payers, uninsured individuals, good faith estimates and independent dispute resolutions
- Explore how operational efficiencies can be created beyond a pure compliance lens