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June, 2022

Tuesday
7
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Free attendance. This is not a CE eligible event.



All mental health and other private practices will need to adopt their patient onboarding and price disclosure practices to comply with the new federal No Surprises Act and the Massachusetts Patients First Law.

As of 2022, these laws impact Massachusetts neuropsychology practices, and failure to comply can result in significant liability for practice owners.

Program Agenda

Ø What is required under the No Surprises Act and the Massachusetts Patients First Law and which mandates apply to private neuropsychology practices?

Ø When do the No Surprises Act and the Massachusetts Patients First Law go into effect?

Ø How are the No Surprises Act and the Massachusetts Patients First Law different?

Ø What changes will practices need to make to their pricing disclosures to patients, as well as to their patient contracts?

Ø What is a good faith estimate, and will I have to provide one for every patient?

Ø What are the penalties and other consequences of non-compliance with the No Surprises Act and the Massachusetts Patients First Law?

Presenter:

William M. Mandell, Esquire

Pierce & Mandell, P.C.

Boston, MA

WILLIAM M. MANDELL is a founder and shareholder in the Boston law firm of Pierce & Mandell, PC, www.piercemandell.com. where he is the Chair of the Health Law Practice Area. Bill’s practice is concentrated in the areas of health and business law. He has over 35 years of experience representing health care systems, hospitals, licensed professionals and practices in mental health and other health professions, and professional associations, on all aspects of health and business law. Bill is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and Massachusetts and Boston Bar Associations. He has served as co-chair of the Boston Bar Association Health Law Section He has also served on the adjunct faculty at Suffolk University Law School.