The decision by a US District Court in a lawsuit brought by the Texas Medical Association has invalidated a portion of the No Surprises Act (NSA). While other similar suits are still pending, this ruling will immediately impact some of the methodology to be used in settling disputes that arise under the NSA.
Practical Implications of the No Surprises Act for Radiology Practices on February 12, 2022
The federal No Surprises Act (NSA) has been in effect for a few weeks and many practices are just now beginning to make adjustments to accommodate the law. The level of pro-active involvement might be different for practices working solely in a hospital system from those with a private office or imaging center.