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No Surprises: New Balance Billing Regulations for Health Care Providers [PODCAST]

In this week’s episode, Don Walker and Macy Flinchum discuss new regulations stemming from the No Surprises Act and the new parameters for health care providers around balance billing, including for example, requirements for adequate notice and consent. Our presenters explain when these requirements apply, who is responsible for providing notice and consent in various situations, and how the new regulations may impact reimbursement and arbitration moving forward.

For more information on the impact of these surprise billing regulations on providers, please see our prior alert.

Copyright 2021 K & L GatesNational Law Review, Volume XI, Number 259
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Don Walker Healthcare Attorney KL Gates
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Don Walker is a partner at the firm’s Houston office. He is a member of the Health Care and FDA practice group. Prior to joining the firm, Don served in both in-house and governmental roles. He served as the director and senior legal counsel at a nationally ranked, women's and children's hospital located in Houston. There he advised provider entities and a provider led health plan regarding corporate operations and healthcare services, including pharmacy, managed care, billing, and global health programs. He also served as an Assistant Regional Counsel for the U.S. Department of Health and...

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Macy Flinchum is an associate in the firm’s Research Triangle Park office. Ms. Flinchum’s practice focuses on health care regulatory and transactional law for hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, and other health care providers. Her scope of work includes analysis of potential Stark Law and Anti-Kickback matters; government investigation and inquiries; HIPAA and EMTALA compliance; and assisting clients with various operational matters, including contracting, medical staff issues, and risk management issues.

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