The No Surprises Act is actually rather full of surprises.  Its scope is far broader than many realize. In “Clarifying Questions About The No Surprises Act”, Dan explains the types of providers, practitioners and settings to which the law applies in its intention to help patients understand their financial obligations when they obtain services from out-of-network providers. He confronts the law’s approach to specific obligations related to notices, consents, disclosures, and good faith estimates. He explicates the differences between “convening providers” and “co-providers” and their different duties. This teleconference is accompanied by a 14 page substantive handout and includes practical guidance.