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Medical bill The No Surprises Act is part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, package, which former President Donald Trump signed Dec. 27, 2020. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The American Hospital Association (AHA) was happy to see the federal No Surprises Act become law, but implementing and applying the act could be a challenge.

Molly Smith, group vice president for public policy at the AHA, talked about the new anti-surprise billing law during a panel discussion Tuesday, at the AHIP National Health Policy Conference for 2021.

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