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Initial No Surprises Act Regs Provide Some Clarity for Employer Plans
Ogletree DeakinsLink to more items from this source
[Guidance Overview]
July 22, 2021

"Employers may want to note that the DOL will establish a process to administer complaints that health plans and insurers are violating the No Surprises Act rules. Though employees could file such complaints, it appears that providers would be more likely to use the new system. Options for the DOL under the new process include referring the plan or insurer for an investigation or for enforcement action."

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