NSA Disclosure Notice

The No Surprises Act (“NSA”) seeks to protect consumers from unanticipated expensive medical bills resulting from out-of-network treatment. The NSA requires providers to give an uninsured (or self-pay) individual a good faith estimate of expected charges after an item or service is scheduled, or upon request.

The good faith estimate will include expected charges for the primary item or service clients are receiving, as well as for any other items or services that would reasonably be expected to be provided as part of the same scheduled or requested items/services. These estimates must go out no more than one business day before the scheduled appointment.

Beginning today, the CXM team will be including Good Faith Estimates of service in all of the new client paperwork they send out. We will also be notifying all current clients and sending them a Good Faith Estimate as well.