A look how the No Surprises Act’s payer-provider arbitration process is faring

14 minute
Gist Healthcare Daily

Congressional lawmakers established a new arbitration process when they passed the No Surprises Act in December 2020. Since April 2022, payers and providers have been able to have a third-party settle payment disputes over out-of-network claims. However, the process has been bogged down by exceedingly high caseloads and legal challenges. 

On this episode of Gist Healthcare Daily, Matthew Fiedler, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, joins the podcast to talk more about how the process has fared overall since its launch.