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Three Questions You Should Be Asking to Determine if the No Surprises Act Applies to You

How do the billing protections established under the No Surprises Act impact my group?This is what everyone is asking. It’s a very complex question that isn’t answered with a simple yes or no. However, listed below are three questions you should ask to determine if any of your services are impacted by the No Surprise Act legislation.*  Is the...

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No Surprises Act: Your Top Questions Answered - Part 2

This blog is part two of a blog series focusing on answering the most common questions regarding the No Surprises Act. View Part One, which focused on questions related to providing a good faith estimate and obtaining patient consent.The No Surprises Act (NSA) — which provides patient protections by addressing surprise billing and banning balance billing — has many people wondering which parts of...

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No Surprises Act: Your Top Questions Answered - Part 1

The No Surprises Act (NSA), which went into effect on January 1, has many providers scrambling. The No Surprises Act provided protections for patients who unknowingly receive care from an out-of-network provider by addressing surprise billing and banning balance billing. Implementing the requirements of the No Surprises Act will require a new level of coordination between providers, payors, and...

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Making Telehealth Coverage a Permanent Benefit for U.S. Consumers

One of the most significant legislative changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic was the temporary measure taken by legislators to cover telehealth visits. It was an overwhelming success in the eyes of patients and providers. Telehealth services rapidly expanded to cover primary care, behavioral health, mental health care, and remote patient monitoring. Now that those rule changes, initiated by...

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Preparing for the No Surprises Act: Learn How Your Billing Solution Can Help

Effective January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act (NSA) established new federal protections against surprise medical bills and balance billing for services received from out-of-network providers. The Act applies to emergency and non-emergency services provided by all healthcare providers and all commercial health plans. The No Surprises Act is not applicable to Medicare and Medicaid programs,...

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XIFIN Acquisition Opens Opportunities for Diagnostics Providers, Targets Patient-Centric Care

XIFIN recently announced the acquisition of OmniSYS, a healthcare technology company that serves more than 30,000 pharmacies, including four out of the top five national chains. OmniSYS capabilities include patient engagement, medical claims processing, automated pricing, managing clinical workflow, and supporting new clinical services such as immunizations, medication management, point-of-care...

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Celebrating Telehealth Awareness Week and The Evolving Role of Telehealth in Diagnostics

This week we’re celebrating Telehealth Awareness Week. Telehealth has undoubtedly provided significant value to patients and providers throughout the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE). Many hope that telehealth will continue to play an important role in healthcare well beyond the emergency caused by the pandemic.Telehealth technology provides health care providers, staff, and patients a way...

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Telehealth Is Here to Stay

One of the lasting changes born of the pandemic is the expectation by healthcare providers that they will continue to leverage telehealth and remote patient monitoring platforms in their practices. According to the “COVID 19 Telehealth Impact Study” conducted by the COVID 19 Healthcare Coalition, in 2018 only 18% of physicians incorporated telehealth as part of their care model, primarily due to...

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