Ask Our Attorneys: How Payers and Providers Prep for the No Surprises Act

The No Surprises Act, also known as the NSA, goes into effect on January 1, 2022. Is your healthcare organization ready? Aimed at protecting patients from the costs associated with unanticipated out-of-network bills, the new legislation has implications for staff in numerous roles at payer and provider organizations.  

Because the No Surprises Act is new and many details are still being determined even now, there are plenty of questions from both payers and healthcare providers about its impacts and what it means for their organizations. For example: 

  • Which health plans does the law apply to?  
  • Do we have the resources in place to comply? 
  • What are the penalties for non-compliance? 

Tune in for a special on-demand Q&A with attorneys Lynne Rinehimer and Cynthia Gallee to receive guidance to help you comply. This informal discussion will shed light on details of the No Surprises Act, what it means for payers and healthcare providers, and actions you can take now to prepare. 


DISCLAIMER: This presentation is for general informational purposes. Nothing in this presentation should be construed as legal advice. The opinions expressed are of the presenters and do not represent the views of the organization.


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Lynne Rinehimer, Esq.

Senior Solutions Consultant, symplr

With 24 years of experience, Lynne's expertise in healthcare compliance and regulatory content helps symplr customers evolve their risk assessment programs.

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Cynthia Gallee, JD, RHIA, CHC

Cindy has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare in the areas of risk management, contract management, legal, and compliance.