As part of its COVID Relief Bill, Congress included what is being called the “No Surprises Act.” This act – which purports to combat balance billing and protect patients – has the health benefits industry abuzz, questioning its impact on reference-based pricing programs, narrow networks, and any other health insurance plan that applies all but the largest network methodology. As is often the case, however, “the devil is in the details.” Join The Phia Group’s Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Ron E. Peck, as he dissects this rule and explains what it will (and likely won’t) mean for you!
- Overview of the Act + Background & Lesser Known Political Secrets Hidden Between the Lines
- Impact on Both Network and “Non-Network” (Such as RBP) Insurance & Plans
- The Future – Of the Act, and The Act’s Impact on Other Efforts