Patient First Act and No Surprises Resources

On this page, you will find six documents pertaining to the Massachusetts Patient-First Act and the federal No Surprises Act. These resources should be useful in helping guide your patients, providers, and practice during this transition period. These documents are available as downloadable PDF files.

  1. Notice to Patients –  Rights Under the Patient-First Act
  2. Notice to Providers – Disclosure Obligations Under the Patient First Act
  3. Patient First Act Provider Checklist
  4. No Surprises Act Provider Quick Reference Guide
  5. No Surprises Act – Standard Notice and Consent Documents
  6. Surprise Billing Protection form

If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact your account manager.

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