The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has launched a new webpage with resources and guidance related to the dispute resolution process under the No Surprises Act, including guidance for disputing parties and a walk-through of the federal portal. CMS also has added functionality to the portal for initiating disputes, including a button to upload supporting documents at initiation.

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