The No Surprises Act’s primary purpose is to ensure that patients do not receive health care bills far exceeding their awareness or expectations. Although the most heralded portions of the law (usually pertaining to hospital services) do not apply to most chiropractic physicians, another key provision related to “good faith estimates” does apply to chiropractic offices.
This course is designed to help attendees understand the requirements for Good Faith Estimates (GFE) and implementation strategies for their practice. We will cover what GFEs are, who should receive them, when they should receive them, and other specific requirements related to Good Faith Estimates. Join Marc Abla, CAE in finding the best strategies for your practice to achieve and remain in compliance with the No Surprises Act.
This session was originally presented by Marc Abla, CAE on October 2, 2022, and sponsored by the Illinois Chiropractic Society
|Good Faith Estimates and the No Surprises Act (Abla)||Available after Purchase|
|Good Faith Estimate Template (Abla)||Available after Purchase|
|Patient Good Faith Estimate Form (Abla)||Available after Purchase|
|Good Faith Estimate Rights Language for Website (Abla)||Available after Purchase|
Marc Abla, CAE has been with the Illinois Chiropractic Society for 20 years and has extensive knowledge surrounding many compliance and legal-related issues surrounding the chiropractic profession. He is a Certified Association Executive and a graduate of the Certified Leadership Series through the Illinois Society of Association Executives. Additionally, he is a member of the Illinois Society of Association Executives, the American Society of Association Executives, serves on the Board of Directors for the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations, and is currently the Chairman of the Leadership Committee for the Chiropractic Future Strategic Plan.