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Rulemaking for Health Care Affordability: Implementing the No Surprises Act
Ryan Koski-Vacirca and Arjun Venkatesh, in Health Affairs ForefrontLink to more items from this source
Nov. 2, 2021

"As rulemaking finalizes, HHS can use three unique No Surprises Act provisions to build durable affordability standards through the mandated arbitration process ... HHS should also carefully monitor the IDR turnaround time and characteristics of arbitration requests to make sure payers and providers do not manipulate or inadvertently overwhelm the system ... The long-term risk to these 'compromise' solutions embedded in the No Surprises Act is that average people could pay more out of pocket in the form of premiums."

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