Our Price Transparency Suite is Expanding!
We’ve added Good Faith Estimates to address the No Surprises Act
Watch a short video to see how Panacea’s CMS Price Transparency solution helps your organization be fully compliant.
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At Panacea, we’ve partnered with hundreds of hospitals to produce compliant machine-readable files and patient estimation systems under the CMS Price Transparency rule.
We are pleased to announce we are now offering a client facing version of our Patient Estimation System to provide itemized Good Faith Estimates as required under the No Surprises Act.
We provide a comprehensive CMS Price Transparency suite of services — to assure your prices are compliant, competitive and easily accessible by consumers.
The suite includes the following:
Good Faith Estimates Under the No Surprises Act
We’ve expanded our Price Transparency suite to include new services and technology that supports hospitals and providers in developing, maintaining and delivering to consumers Good Faith Estimates at the itemized level for all schedulable items and services.
Panacea’s state-of-the-art technology combined with statistical analyses, incorporates both hospital and physician charge data producing an all inclusive Good Faith Estimate, as required under the No Surprises Act.
Watch a short demonstration to learn how our solution automates the burdensome process of manually building an itemized Good Faith Estimate for self-pay or uninsured patients and is available for use for out-of-network patients (where balance billing is permitted) to generate an itemized cost estimate and signed notice and consent.
Price Transparency Resources
How To Comply With (And Exceed) The CMS Hospital Price Transparency Rule Requirements .
Panacea’s CMS Price Transparency Suite Meets and Exceeds all CMS Requirements.
How to Streamline Compliant and Accurate Good Faith Estimates under the No Surprises Act