Understanding the No Surprises Act and what it means for Behavioral Health Providers

Posted by Elevated Billing on Oct 18, 2022 8:13:48 AM

What is the No Surprises Act?

The No Surprises Act (NSA) is part of the federal Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) signed into law in 2020. The NSA includes patient billing protections effective January 1, 2022. There has been a lot of discussion around the No Surprises Act and how it will impact behavioral health facilities and medical practitioners. The goal of this post is to explain the No Surprises Act in an easily digestible fashion which will help you, the provider, understand its overall impact on your facility and your daily life.

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Topics: Behavioral Health Billing, Behavioral Health, Insurance Billing, US Government, Behavioral Health Facility, Documentation, Healthcare, No Surprises Act

Point Of Care (Urine Screen) Billing Insights

Posted by Kendra Allen and Cymbri Tsosie on Oct 23, 2019 4:15:00 PM

Are POC's Even Billable Anymore?

Having trouble getting POC’s to pay? Stuck in an audit with insurance companies for this service? Follow these guidelines to ensure you get the most out of POC billing without jeopardizing another and/or future audit. 

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Topics: Insurance Billing, Behavioral Health Facility, Elevated Billing, Community Substance Abuse Treatment, Chemical Dependency, Documentation