No Surprises Act: Updated CMS Documents for Notice and Consent and Public Disclosure Forms

Special Bulletin
December 3, 2021

CMS Releases Updated No Surprises Act Implementation Documents and Instructions for Notice and Consent and Public Disclosure Forms
 

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released six documents updating previous guidance implementing the No Surprises Act requirements regarding Standard Notice and Consent Forms and Model Public Disclosure Notices. The documents include important links and telephone numbers to federal information sources.

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