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2023 Solutions Summit

Join EDPMA and your colleagues in Las Vegas, Nevada for an incredible 2023 Solutions Summit. Hosted at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino, attendees of the Summit will get access to a one-of-a-kind education and networking conference.

EDPMA is the nation’s ONLY professional physician trade association dedicated to the business of emergency medicine. It is EDPMA’s goal to focus on the delivery of a high-quality conference that allows the industry to further provide cost-effective care in the emergency department. At the 2023 Solutions Summit, we will cover trending topics in emergency medicine, including recent federal changes that directly affect the way emergency departments operate.

2023 Solutions Summit

April 17-20, 2023
Las Vegas, NV at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino



Registration for the 2023 Solutions Summit is open to both members and non-members. Conference registration includes 5 meals, 2 receptions, access to valuable educational content, and many opportunities to network with colleagues and exhibiting organizations.

Discounts are available for those attending in groups of 4 or more, and those attending a half-day or one day only.



EDPMA’s Solutions Summit has the perfect blend of educational content and networking opportunities. Find the agenda for the 2023 Solutions Summit below and join us in Las Vegas at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino.

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Browse our opportunities to sponsor and exhibit at the Solutions Summit and beyond. Our Corporate Prospectus and Media Kits have a variety of unique opportunities to get your business noticed by your bottom line.

If you are interested in opportunities for sponsorship, partnership, or exhibiting please email Joanne Tanner or call 301.351.8722.

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EDPMA Applauds the Ways and Means Committee Leadership for Urging Swift Action to Fix the Flawed Implementation of the No Surprises Act

In a strongly worded letter, Representatives Richard Neal and Kevin Brady, the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Ways and Means Committee, urged three cabinet secretaries to take “swift action” to fix the No Surprises Act (NSA) final rule. Read the letter here.

The letter reminded the Secretaries that the No Surprises Act intentionally detailed a dispute resolution process that required arbitrators to equally consider several factors for their decision-making process, not just the Qualifying Payment Amount as some of our members are seeing in practice.

The final rule introduced a new “double counting” test that has no basis in the statutory text, directing IDR entities to “consider whether the additional information is already accounted for in the QPA… Even though the No Surprises Act explicitly requires an IDR entity to separately consider all of the statutory factors, the final rule precludes IDR entities from giving weight to factors like patient acuity and the complexity of furnishing the item or service at issue unless providers meet the heightened burden of disproving double-counting within the QPA.”

They further called out the Departments about their slow rollout of the Advanced Explanation of Benefits provision in the NSA.

EDPMA applauds the Ways and Means Committee leadership and stands with Representatives Neal and Brady in their demand to ensure the No Surprises Act aligns with the law and to “make the law’s transparency provisions a reality for patients.”