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The No Surprises Act provides protections for patients who receive health care benefits from their employers or who are enrolled in individual health plans. For services that fall into these protected categories, providers will not be allowed to bill you for amounts higher than what you would pay from an in-network provider.Learn More
For employer-funded health plans, the NSA demands that significant requirements are met in provider/plan billing disputes. Check your health care plan for any restrictions on providers and other administrative particulars.Learn More
For healthcare providers, the No Surprises Act provides a clear process for resolving out-of-network payment disputes. When the provider and the health plan can’t come to an agreement, a neutral third party will determine the payment for a service.Learn More
In 2022, the No Surprises Act went into effect prohibiting medical balance bills for many out-of-network services. Get a summary on NSA with Naviguard.Learn More
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