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The No Surprises Act (NSA), which intends to protect patients from unexpected medical expenses when receiving out-of-network care, is proving to be a work in progress for many healthcare providers across the U.S. In addition to complying with the regulation, there are many considerations to examine, including its effect on revenue cycle operations and the relationship between providers and payers.

Listen to our on-demand webinar about the impact the NSA will have on the strategy and operations for providers and payers. In addition to evaluating its effect on revenue cycle operations, managed care relationships and technology transformation, our team discusses the payer impact of developing and maintaining QPAs. We also evaluate the strategic options to leverage NSA as a local market opportunity and outline actionable steps to create operational efficiencies beyond compliance.

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly can help, contact our team. 

Kevin Coonan
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