Friday, 25 March 2022
ADA No Surprises Act (NSA) Webinar and Key Resources Now Available for Members on Demand
As of January 2022, the federal No Surprises Act (NSA) requires health care providers, including audiologists, to alert patients to potential out-of-network charges and give uninsured and self-pay patients an upfront cost estimate, among many other policy changes.
If you missed the ADA No Surprises Act webinar, you don’t have to miss all of the important information, presented by ADA’s healthcare attorneys. The resources are now available on demand, including the attorneys’ answers to the member questions posed but not addressed during the session, due to time constraints.
Please take the this link to the resource, which includes the following:
- Webinar Recording
- Presentation slides
- Notice of Patient Protections under the No Surprises Act
- Notice and Consent to Balance Billing
- Notice of Availability of Good Faith Estimate
- Good Faith Estimate Template
- Attorney Answers to ADA Member Questions
Upon completion of the course, attendees will be able to do the following:
- Describe new requirements for health care providers and how those requirements will affect provider reimbursement and costs for patients
- List the pricing information that audiologists must provide to self-pay and uninsured patients,
- Describe when and how the information provided by audiologists to self-pay and uninsured patients must be provided