The No Surprises Act Fact Sheet

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Late changes to the No Surprises Act, signed into law December 2020, removed median in-network rates as a benchmark to determine a fair price for out-of-network medical services. Instead, a host of new, unnecessary and redundant variables must be factored into the arbitration process.

Regulators from three federal agencies are currently working to draft the guidelines for implementing the No Surprises Act, which is scheduled to take effect January 2022. They must create rules that align with the law’s intended and desperately needed cost-cutting intent.

Click below to download a fact sheet that details the problem and our proposed solutions.

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The No Surprises Act Fact Sheet