Episode 1: May 10, 2pm EST
Understanding NSA and Its Impact on Payers and Providers
As with any new legislation, the No Surprises Act has led to some confusion, particularly in the areas of implementation and ongoing impact. To help, CorroHealth has created a new monthly series specifically designed to clear the air, answer questions, and get you on the best path for success. Leading the series is CorroHealth’s resident subject matter expert, Barbara Johnson, BSN, RN – Senior Revenue Consultant, who will clarify payers’ increased role in the process, the status of impactful legislation, and the processes providers should follow to comply.
This first installment, “Understanding NSA and Its Impact on Payers and Providers,” begins with an explanation of the No Surprises Act, then presents expected impacts to healthcare payers in 2023. Next is a discussion about the legislative process for healthcare providers, concluding with focus areas for providers, including limitations on balance billing, dispute resolution processes, and an NSA workflow decision map.
About Barbara Johnson, BSN, RN – Senior Revenue Cycle Consultant
As a registered nurse Johnson worked in emergency medicine before transitioning into nursing administration. She entered the specialty of Revenue Integrity as a nurse auditor where she expanded her knowledge of coding and revenue cycle compliance through membership in AAPC and HFMA. Today, she is CorroHealth’s leading subject matter expert on NSA.