No Surprises Act: New Tools as Law Takes Effect

Many provisions of the No Surprises Act (NSA), signed into law in late 2020, took effect Jan. 1. While the ACC and other medical societies have expressed concerns about some requirements and are optimistic there could be refinements, clinicians must also comply with those and other provisions as they exist today. Health care providers and co-providers are required to provide notice about the availability of good faith estimates (GFEs) for uninsured and self-pay patients on the provider's website and on site. Clinicians and practice administrators may be interested in GFE templates offered by CMS here.

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