Take a deep dive into the components of the uninsured/self-pay good faith estimates and prescriptive strategies on how to comply with such requirements with Govind Goyal, Executive Vice President, Financial and Revenue Integrity Services.
Good faith estimates for self-pay or uninsured individuals must include the primary service and all associated items/services during a period of care. This is known as an itemized list of “expected charges”. But, how is a convening facility or provider supposed to know all the applicable items/services or expected charges typically provided in conjunction with a primary service? And, how is a convening provider or facility supposed to collect all the other expected charges from applicable co-providers or co-facilities? This session takes a deep dive into the components of the uninsured/self-pay good faith estimates and outlines prescriptive strategies on how to comply with such requirements.
- Build a strategy and actionable method in furnishing the necessary content (i.e., expected charges) required for each good faith estimate
- Gain confidence in discerning the difference between compliant and non-compliant examples of the good faith estimate
- Avoid common pitfalls and trapdoors with good faith estimates before they become challenges for your organization
- Uncover hidden revenue and other strategic opportunities in your journey to comply with the No Surprise Act requirements