3-Part Series: Master No Surprises Act 2022 Changes, Avoid Hefty Fines

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Part 1: No Surprises Act: Boost Self-Pay Collections, Stop Hefty Fines

Billing and collecting from self-pay patients is now more risky due to recent No Surprises Act changes. This training will help you comply with this new rule, increase self-pay collections and avoiding massive fines.

Part 2: No Surprises Act: Stop Fines, Ace Self-Pay Good Faith Estimates

Good Faith Estimates are now REQUIRED for all self-pay patients. Fail to provide one and you risk massive financial penalties. Get step-by-step guidance on what to include in your estimates in this 60-minute online training.

Part 3: No Surprises Act: New Out-of-Network & Uninsured Billing Rules

The No Surprises Act changed how your practice bills and documents out-of-network and uninsured patient billing. Comply with these complex rules before the audits begin. Register for this online training today.

Billing mistakes will cost you so much more than just lost revenue. You can be accused of violating the No Surprises Act, and if found guilty your practice will be in serious legal hot water.

Billing your self-pay patients compliantly, knowing when you need to send a Good Faith Estimate, and learning the ins and outs of billing out-of-network patients will significantly decrease your chances of making an innocent mistake. Remember, as of January 1st, you are required to comply with the No Surprises Act.

But don’t panic – There’s help to cut through the confusion so you can comply with the 2022 No Surprises Act changes correctly the first time. Get practical, step-by-step advice from nationally recognized experts so you can overcome the intricacies of the law and properly bill your patients in this 3-part online training series. Check out the information below for more details on each training session.

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PART 1: No Surprises Act: Boost Self-Pay Collections, Stop Hefty Fines

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Recent changes to the No Surprises Act have made it harder than ever for you to get paid what you’re due from your self-pay patients. The Act also expands your risk with errors driving penalties of up to $10,000 per violation.

Some of the riskiest areas of the No Surprises Act include how, when, and what you can bill your self-pay patients, what is a Good Faith Estimate, and when are you required to provide one to your self-pay patients…it’s all enough to make your head spin.

Missing even one piece of this frequently evolving regulation when billing and collecting from your self-pay patients can cost you thousands in lost revenue and penalties – driven by you not implementing the rules correctly.

Thankfully, that’s where healthcare attorneys, Daphne L. Kackloudis, Esq., and Ashley B. Watson, Esq., can help. During this online trainingthey’ll provide you with easy-to-follow No Surprises Act expert advice to ensure you’re billing and collecting your self-pay patients compliantly. You’ll reduce your error risk and the massive penalties that can accompany them.


PART 2: No Surprises Act: Stop Fines, Ace Self-Pay Good Faith Estimates

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Effective January 1st, your practice is required to comply with the No Surprises Act, which includes providing your uninsured (self-pay) patients with an “accurate Good Faith Estimate” for your services.

Sounds easy enough, right? WRONG. The federal regulations regarding how you must supply accurate Good Faith Estimates are vague and confusing, and if not done right, they leave you exposed to significant financial penalties from HHS. Penalties range from the full waiver of a patient’s bill to a fine of up to $10,000 per offense.

So, if the federal requirements are not clear on how to provide an accurate Good Faith Estimate, how are you expected to comply?

Fortunately, there is help available. During her 60-minute online training, expert and healthcare attorney, Gina L. Campanella, Esq., FACHE, will walk you through exactly how to prepare a correct, compliant Good Faith Estimate. Gina will boil down the Good Faith Estimate process into clear, understandable steps. She’ll cut through the No Surprises Act legal jargon of supplying an accurate Good Faith Estimate and help you avoid errors that lead to lost revenue, audits, and sky-high monetary penalties.


PART 3: No Surprises Act: New Out-of-Network & Uninsured Billing Rules

Available Immediately. Order the On-Demand Recording to Watch at Your Convenience.

Effective Jan 1st, you are required to be in compliance with the No Surprises Act, or risk being audited and hit with significant federal penalties.

The No Surprises Act seriously changes how you balance bill commercial insurance patients, and how you bill out-of-network and uninsured patients. The Act also includes an audit procedure for federal oversight, which means they are watching. This brand-new law is massive. It has hundreds of pages of confusing federal rules and regulations – all of which you are expected to master.

Failing to comply with the new No Surprises Act really isn’t an option. It can open your practice up to an independent dispute resolution – from both payers and patients. You can be targeted by the Feds and audited, and if you are not compliant, you can be hit with hefty financial penalties.

Thankfully, that’s where healthcare attorney David Vaughn, Esq., CPC, can help. David will provide you with actionable step-by-step tactics to make it easier and less complicated for you to comply with the No Surprises Act. During this online training, you’ll get clear compliance strategies on balanced billing, out-of-network billing, and billing uninsured patients. You’ll also get a breakdown of the Act’s documentation and notification requirements to ensure your practice is compliant.


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Meet Your Experts

Daphne Kackloudis
Esq.Partner at Brennan, Manna & Diamond

Daphne L. Kackloudis is a member of the firm, she heads BMD Columbus’ health care practice, and she chairs BMD’s Empowerment and Opportunity (DE&I) Committee. Daphne’s success –and that of her clients – is rooted in the nexus between traditional health care legal services and health care public policy. She has broad and deep experience in health care operations, service delivery, payment systems, and compliance, as well as Medicaid, public policy, and government affairs. Daphne advises health care trade associations and health care providers as outside counsel and in-house as a member of her clients’ senior leadership teams.

Ashley Watson
Esq.Associate in BMD's Columbus Office

Ashley is a healthcare attorney in BMD’s Columbus office. She works with nonprofit and for-profit health care providers, health care trade associations, individuals, and businesses. Ashley is experienced in healthcare public policy and regulatory compliance, legislative and government affairs, grant administration, and healthcare program operations.

Gina L. Campanella
Esq, FACHERegulatory Compliance Specialist

Ms. Campanella focuses her practice on business law, healthcare regulatory and transactional matters. She assists her clients with transactional services and regulatory compliance consulting, as well as general counsel services to small and large businesses, medical practices, and professional societies. Clients seek her expertise related to HIPAA compliance, contracting, employment agreements, commercial leases, new practice formation, and surgical center licensing and registration. Ms. Campanella is a nationally respected regulatory compliance specialist who dedicates herself to educating professionals nationwide on issues of healthcare business transactions and regulatory compliance.

Ms. Campanella graduated Magna Cum Laude from Seton Hall University with a Masters in Healthcare Administration in 2012 and earned her Juris Doctor from Seton Hall Law in 2005. She is also a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (New Jersey Chapter), the American Health Lawyers Association, and the New York City Bar. Several of her certifications include earning the status of Certified HIPAA Administrator from the HIPAA Academy and Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Ms. Campanella is also an Adjunct Professor at the Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences.

David Vaughn
JD, CPCHealthcare Attorney, Vaughn & Assoc., L.L.C.

David is one of a limited number of healthcare attorneys in the United States who is also a Certified Professional Coder®, certified by the American Academy of Professional Coders® (“AAPC®”).

David has served on the Legal Advisory Board of the AAPC and has written several coding and compliance books and manuals. He is also a national speaker on the legal implications of billing and coding. He also has a national healthcare law practice, and has represented over 2,000 physicians in approximately 40 states in over 10 physician disciplines. His practice consists of representing providers in federal and state prosecutions, qui tam cases, and Medicare and third-party payer audits. He also conducts audits and provides education to providers.

He graduated from Mississippi College with Special Distinction (Magna Cum Laude) in 1974, graduated from LSU Law School in 1977, and has been a certified coder since 1999.