Don't Be Shocked By NY's 'Surprise Bills' Law

Law360, New York (November 19, 2014, 11:57 AM EST) -- Earlier this year, the New York Legislature enacted and Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation[1] that will impact billing and reimbursement for some out-of-network health care services, require new disclosures from providers regarding their health plan participation status and add new rules for health plans regarding networks and reimbursement for out-of-network services. Given that the implementation date for this law is April 1, 2015, it is critical for providers and health plans[2] to create an action plan to ensure compliance with the requirements of this law.

A summary of key changes that will impact health care providers and plans is outlined below....

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