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Idaho Patient Act: Flow Chart

Idaho healthcare facilities and providers may struggle to understand or stay on top of the requirements of the Idaho Patient Act (“IPA”), which limits providers’ ability to pursue collection actions unless certain conditions are satisfied. To learn more about the IPA (including recent changes), see our article here.

In addition, we provide the attached Flow Chart summarizing the relevant requirements and timelines for IPA compliance. We hope that it will help our clients and friends navigate the IPA rules more easily.

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