New York Surprise Law

New York Surprise Law

New York Surprise Law

New York Surprise Law

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State Specific Required Courses
The New York Surprise Law became effective April 1, 2015 providing protection for consumers regarding co-payments, impacting billing and reimbursement, and requiring new disclosures from healthcare providers regarding their plan participation status. In this course we will discuss the Emergency Medical Services and Surprise laws and their impact on New York Insurance, Public Health, and Financial Services Regulations. In Addition, disclosure requirements for certain health care providers for out-of network and non-urgent care, new billing and reimbursement rules, health plan participation status with providers, consumer rights and the arbitration process will be reviewed. NO AUDIO AVAILABLE

COURSE INFORMATION

15 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2018-07-18Updated 2018-07-18

Course Objectives

  • Learn how the law amends the New York Insurance, Public Health, and Financial Services Regulations
  • Become familiar with the disclosure requirements for certain healthcare providers for out-of-network and non-urgent care
  • Understand new billing and reimbursement rules
  • Learn the importance of health plans participation with providers

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