…and looks like that number’s going up.
...and emergent professional services are most of them.
Step 2-5: See Step 1
In every great organization, there is a group of poor souls tasked with legislation compliance. You've probably heard them sighing loudly around the office. Today, we thought we'd help them with some good old fashioned legal cheat sheets.
To achieve industry-wide change, we all have to have access to the data. Yes, that means regional and community health organizations, too.
CMS announces standard formats for hospital machine-readable files.
Find your way through the QPA…and the IDR, which ruins our rhyme.
Learn more about GFEs, AEOBs, NoSA, and other relevant price transparency verbiage associated with cost-sharing calculations. Turquoise is here to make sense of the word salad.
What is TiC? Why should you care? That and more answered by Turquoise SMEs.
The next stage of pricing transparency from CMS takes effect in July. What options do Independent facilities have to prepare?
This addition creates a whole new universe of data for patients who want (and, soon through No Surprises, legally have a right to) shoppable service estimates.
On January 1, 2022, different parts of the triumvirate of price transparency laws went into effect. That's good to know and all, but what does that really mean?
A change in unrelated legislation fueled misleading price transparency headlines. We dug in to set the record straight.
What should the penalty be for noncompliance with price transparency laws? We've created an interactive tool to help you decide so you can give your input to CMS.
Who is subject to the No Surprises Act, and how will it be enforced?
How will the No Surprises Act protect patients, and what does compliance look like for payers and providers?