Under the No Surprises Act, enacted in December of 2020, federal regulators face a balancing act as they develop a mechanism for determining payments to out-of-network providers for covered services. The law also provides for deference to state mechanisms, where they exist. In their latest post for the Commonwealth Fund, CHIR’s Jack Hoadley and Kevin Lucia assess the implications for provider payment as well as long term impacts on health care spending. Continue reading
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