As requested by the AHA, the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury will defer enforcement of the good faith estimate for insured patients and advanced explanation of benefit requirements in the No Surprises Act, according to new FAQs released Friday. The agencies also said they plan to streamline several overlapping requirements in the Transparency in Coverage final rule and No Surprises Act; and address how they will monitor enforcement of several No Surprises Act provisions that take effect before they plan to issue the implementing regulations. 

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