Archived Insight | July 27, 2021

The No Surprises Act Requires Changes to Your Plan Coverage

The groundbreaking No Surprises Act requires group health plans to change how they cover and pay for emergency services, air ambulance services and certain non-emergency services provided by out-of-network providers at in-network facilities. 

The Act also requires plan sponsors to remove any prior authorization requirements for emergency services and only change participants’ cost sharing based on in-network rates. 

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Here’s what you’ll learn

In this 60 minute webinar held on July 27, you’ll:

  • Learn about the new rules
  • Understand how to calculate the new payment rates
  • Learn about the new Independent Dispute Resolution process and other important implications for plans and their service providers

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This page is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal, tax or investment advice. You are encouraged to discuss the issues raised here with your legal, tax and other advisors before determining how the issues apply to your specific situations.