List of Qualified Arbitrators and Their Fees for the Out-of-Network Payment Arbitration Program

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List of appointed qualified arbitrators - resumes will be added as they are received:

If you submit a request for arbitration, a qualified arbitrator will be randomly assigned to your case.

Name Fee     Link to Resume
Barbara Allen $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Brad Armstrong $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Jill Arntz $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Melissa Back McAlpine $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
James Bettersworth $275 per hour for professional services Resume
Alan Bynum $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Tanya Chaney $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Christopher Cross $400 per hour for professional services Resume
Patricia Curtis $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Alisha Darden $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Edward Dauer $200 per hour for professional services Resume
Jennifer Dillingham $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Roberto M. Garcia $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
James Gaughan $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Carl Ginsberg $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Joseph Gross $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Wesley Johnson $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Joan Kirby $365 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Michael Kuhn $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Lori LaConta $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Lena Levario $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Erin Lunceford $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Lisa Maguire $365 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Wayne Maillia $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Jessica Milligan $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Paul Mullen $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Elizabeth Preston $385 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Elizabeth Ray $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Matthew Reue $500 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Robert Rice $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Tom Rickhoff $365 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Brian Robison $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Jeffrey Rohrbach $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Jeffrey Rose $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Walden Shelton $500 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Howard Siegel $420 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Dan Simons $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Cary V. Sorensen $400 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Don Tomlinson $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Sherry Wetsch $425 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Emily Wey $400 per hour for professional services Resume
Karen Boyd Williams $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
John T. Wooldridge $450 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
Leslie Brock Yates $500 per arbitration, all inclusive Resume
    * Resume not yet received

 

 

 

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The Division is not currently accepting applications for additional arbitrators.

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Federal "No Surprises" Act

The federal No Surprises Act will go into effect on January 1, 2022 and applies to self funded and fully insured plans. This new law will have some overlap with Colorado’s Out-of-Network Health Care Services law, put into place by HB19-1174. Know that the Division is working to evaluate the intersection between the state and federal laws. Both laws protect consumers from surprise out of network bills. If you receive a surprise bill and have questions about which law is applicable, contact our Consumer Services Division for assistance. 

303-894-7490 / 800-930-3745 (outside the Denver Metro area) / DORA_Insurance@state.co.us  
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

If you want to learn more about the federal No Surprises Act, please visit the No Surprises Act website (from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services) to see fact sheets on what No Surprises Act rules cover, as well as additional details about consumer protections.