This webinar will provide a foundational overview of the No Surprises Act to ensure compliance with its requirements as well as important updates regarding the Good Faith Estimate requirement. This webinar will also discuss helpful tips and tricks for practices to ensure compliance through the implementation of necessary policies and training. This session will review important legal updates regarding the Good Faith Estimate under the No Surprises Act. Finally, this session will provide some examples for ensuring compliance.
- Understand the requirements of the No Surprises Act.
- Understand the requirements of the Good Faith Estimate.
- Identify situations where practices and physicians must comply with the No Surprises Act.
- Discuss helpful tips and tricks to ensure compliance.
- Discuss key provisions of Good Faith Estimate policies and procedures.
- Identify important training requirements.
- Discuss penalties for noncompliance.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- No Surprises Act compliance requirements.
- Applicability of No Surprises Act and Good Faith Estimate.
- Good Faith Estimate definition and requirements.
- Important legal updates.
- Enforcement and penalties for noncompliance.
- Live Q&A Session
- Practice administrators, CEOs, COOs, CFOs
- Compliance officers
- Healthcare CPAs
- Revenue cycle managers
- Licensed Providers
- Office Managers
- Billing Staff
- Medical Auditors
- Practice Managers
- Billing Companies
- Clinic Owners
- Chief Quality Officers
- Senior Internal Auditors
- Directors of Compliance
- Regulatory/risk Officers
- Government Employees
- General Counsel
- Compliance Attorneys
Amanda Waesch has experience of 18 years and operates a national healthcare practice and is licensed in both Ohio and Florida. She primarily focuses her practice on healthcare, employment law, corporate law, and healthcare litigation and advises all types of employers, in particular healthcare providers, including, hospitals and physicians, on various matters.
She also chairs the firm’s litigation team that is primarily responsible for handling all reimbursement audits and appeals for her firm’s healthcare clients and heads up BMD’s Provider Relations, Audit, Appeals, and Negotiations Unit (PRAAN) which handles all-payer audits, appeals, overpayments and payment extrapolations.
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