The No Surprises Act is in effect. What physicians need to know.

Implementation of the federal No Surprises Act, intended to protect patients from unanticipated medical expense after receiving care from an out-of-network physician, other health professional, hospital, or other provider, is very much a work in progress. Subscribe to...

AMA, AHA, CMS add No Surprises Act resources

Advisories, information sheets, and FAQs aim to help hospitals, health systems, physicians, and consumers understand the new rules against surprise billing.Despite ongoing legal challenges to parts of the No Surprises Act, key elements of it went into effect on...

CMS proposes rule to lower Part D drug costs for beneficiaries

Elaine Naughton is an associate at the firm’s Nashville office and is a member of the Health Care and FDA practice group. She provides health care regulatory counsel on compliance, operational, and transactional matters, and works with a wide range of clients in the...