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Advanced Explanation of Benefits

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Test Codes and PA Requirements

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Why does this matter?

Under the No Surprises Act, providers and labs/facilities must provide health plans (or patients directly) with a good faith estimate of the amount they may charge a patient within 1-3 days of the care being scheduled.

This includes: 

Health plans must also offer an advanced explanation of benefits for patients prior to services being rendered, within 1-3 days of the good faith estimate submitted by the provider/lab.

This includes:

 Although penalties not enforced yet, fines will be $10,000 per incident for facilities and providers. 

Read more about the legislation from Health and Human Services and Health Affairs, or download the AHA’s detailed summary.

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