The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has released a new FAQ for health care providers on the No Surprises Act’s requirements and prohibitions, and the independent dispute resolution process; and a new FAQ on providing good faith estimates to uninsured and self-pay patients. AHA will incorporate the information into its No Surprises Act Implementation Handbook

CMS plans to launch next week the online portal through which uninsured and self-pay patients may initiate the dispute resolution process. 

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