No Surprises Act
Provider Directory Accuracy Planning Worksheet
Get Your Provider Directory Ready for the No Surprise Act and Beyond
If you’re like most of our clients, you’re working hard on getting your provider directory in order for the No Surprises Act Provider Directory requirements.
While the Act is clear on the kind of information directories need to include, it’s up to your team to determine exactly how you’ll manage and verify provider data.
We understand that being compliant with the No Surprises Act isn’t always easy, especially on a tight timeline. After all, it’s not just about having an accurate directory—you need a written repeatable process that regulators can review to prove that you’re taking the right steps and following regulations to maintain compliance over time.
By answering the questions in this worksheet, you’ll be able to establish a framework for your provider data verification processes, identify any gaps in your process, and understand what needs to happen next for your team to be successful.
Download your worksheet and get started today!
What Network Management teams can do to establish new processes
The No Surprises Act is a curveball for many health plans. Don’t worry, we have you covered! Eliza Hoffman, our VP of Regional Payers, shares what Network Management teams can do to establish new processes for ensuring provider data and provider directory accuracy.
Comply with the No Surprises Act
We are committed to assisting our customers in their quest for accurate provider directories and adequate health networks that maintain appropriate access to care for your members.