“The Federal No Surprises Act and Its Arbitration Provisions”

As Gary Qualls of K&L Gates explains in this article, available at JD Supra, the recently enacted federal No Surprises Act “seeks to protect patients from so-called “surprise medical bills” in certain emergency and nonemergency settings for out-of-network patients.” The Act “establishes an arbitration process for disputes between providers and payors,” which Mr. Smalls outlines in his review of the Act, including its adoption of “baseball arbitration.”

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