Webinars and Events | November 11, 2021

The No Surprises Act Independent Dispute Resolution Process

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.

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In this webinar...

You will learn about Part II of the No Surprises Act regulations, including how the new Independent Dispute Resolution process will work. We will also discuss the implementation concerns we have heard about from plan sponsors and their service providers and what to watch for as the January 1, 2022 effective date moves closer.

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Topics discussed:

  • What parts of the rules were delayed
  • How vendors are responding to compliance concerns
  • What the new claim process will look like
  • Future regulations, including air ambulance and prescription drug reporting rules.


Kathryn Bakich, SVP & Practice Leader, National Compliance-Health

Ed Kaplan, SVP National Health Practice Leader

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