Nicholas Pension Consultants
Nova 401(k) Associates
Compensation Strategies Group, Ltd.
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|Not All Surprises Are Good: Phase I of the Surprise Billing Rules|
Snell & Wilmer
Aug. 16, 2021
"[B]efore 2022 begins employers may want to ...  Work with third-party administrators (TPAs) to update plan documents to incorporate new surprise billing rules, implement requirements under new surprise billing rules, and implement an [independent dispute resolution] process.  Confirm TPAs will update EOBs to include No Surprises Act surprise billing disclosures.  Confirm TPAs can calculate [the qualifying payment amount (QPA)]....  Prepare to make publicly available and post on the plan's website a notice regarding balance billing protections."
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