The departments of the Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services yesterday released a request for information to inform future rulemaking to implement advanced explanation of benefits and good faith estimate requirements under the No Surprises Act. Comments are due in 60 days. The AHA has previously issued recommendations to the HHS Secretary to help operationalize these requirements in an efficient manner.

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