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Learn about medical bill protections in the No Surprises Act

Join us for a webinar series to learn about your surprise billing protections under the No Surprises Act

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) are co-hosting a weekly series of webinars in March and April 2024 to provide helpful tips for people to use their medical bill protections under the No Surprises Act.

Who should attend:

Consumers, nonprofits; employers and human resources personnel; faith leaders; community, business and civic leaders; local, state and federal legislative and constituent staff; patient organizations; social services and financial assistance programs; and anyone who wants to help family/friends with their medical bills.

Sign up today!

The last two webinars in the series are coming up. And then bookmark this page and return in mid-April to get the links to all four recorded webinars when they are posted.


Tuesday, March 26, 2024

1:00 PM EDT


How to File a Surprise Medical Bill Complaint Learn how to get and use a good faith estimate when scheduling care and procedures if uninsured or not using insurance.  Register here for the webinar
Thursday, April 4, 2024

1:00 PM EST


 The Good Faith Estimate for Scheduled, Uninsured Care Learn how to file a complaint about a surprise medical bill and the process to resolve those complaints. Register here for the webinar

The No Surprises Act protects patients from out-of-network balance billing when patients receive emergency care, get care at an in-network hospital or are transported by an air ambulance. To read more about your medical billing rights, use our guide: Medical Bills: Everything you need to know about your rights

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