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805 documents in the last year In the first year after enactment (Year 1), the Center for Medicare Extra would be established and would offer a public option in any counties that are not served by any insurer in the individual market. The provider payment rates of the plan would be 150 percent of Medicare rates. In Year 2, this plan could be extended to other counties in the individual market.
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Including survey measures of physicians' experiences. (Currently, we measure beneficiaries' experiences with their health and drug plans through the CAHPS survey.) Physicians also interact with health and drug plans on a daily basis on behalf of their patients. We are considering developing a survey tool for collecting standardized information on physicians' experiences with health and drug plans and their services, and we would welcome comments.Start Printed Page 56378
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We are proposing a change in how contract-level Star Ratings are assigned in the case of contract consolidations. We have historically permitted MAOs and Part D sponsors to consolidate contracts when a contract novation occurs or to better align business practices. As noted in MedPAC's March 2016 Report to Congress (https://aspe.hhs.gov/pdf-report/report-congress-social-risk-factors-and-performance-under-medicares-value-based-purchasing-programs), there has been a continued increase in the number of enrollees being moved from lower Star Rating contracts that do not receive a QBP to higher Star Rating contracts that do receive a QBP as part of contract consolidations, which increases the size of the QBPs that are made to MAOs due to the large enrollment increase in the higher rated, surviving contract. We are worried that this practice results in masking low quality plans under higher rated surviving contracts. This does not provide beneficiaries with accurate and reliable information for enrollment decisions, and it does not truly reward higher quality contracts. We propose here to modify from the current policy the calculation of Star Ratings for surviving contracts that have consolidated. Instead of assigning the surviving contract the Star Rating that the contract would have earned without regard to whether a consolidation took place, we propose to assign and display on Medicare Plan Finder Star Ratings based on the enrollment-weighted mean of the measure scores of the surviving and consumed contract(s) so that the ratings reflect the performance of all contracts (surviving and consumed) involved in the consolidation. Under this proposal, the calculation of the measure, domain, summary, and overall ratings would be based on these enrollment-weighted mean scores. The number of contracts this would impact is small relative to all contracts that qualify for QBPs. During the period from 1/1/2015 through 1/1/2017 annual consolidations for MA contracts ranged from a low of 7 in 2015 to a high of 19 in 2016 out of approximately 500 MA contracts. As proposed in §§ 422.162(b)(3)(i)-(iii) and 423.182(b)(3)(i)-(iii), CMS will use enrollment-weighted means of the measure scores of the consumed and surviving contracts to calculate ratings for the first and second plan years following the contract consolidations. We believe that use of enrollment-weighted means will provide a more accurate snapshot of the performance of the underlying plans in the new consolidated contract, such that both information to beneficiaries and QBPs are not somehow inaccurate or misleading. We also propose, however, that the process of weighting the enrollment of each contract and applying this general rule would vary depending on the specific types of measures involved in order to take into account the measurement period and Start Printed Page 56381data collection processes of certain measures. Our proposal would also treat ratings for determining quality bonus payment (QBP) status for MA contracts differently than displayed Star Ratings for the first year following the consolidation for consolidations that involve the same parent organization and plans of the same plan type.
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And Advantage plans usually have prescription drug coverage. Save toggle menu Newspaper Ads REMS request. Section 1860D-2(d)(1) of the Act requires that a Part D sponsor provide beneficiaries with access to negotiated prices for covered Part D drugs. Under our current regulations at § 423.100, the negotiated price is the price paid to the network pharmacy or other network dispensing provider for a covered Part D drug dispensed to a plan enrollee that is reported to CMS at the point of sale by the Part D sponsor. This point of sale price is used to calculate beneficiary cost-sharing. More broadly, the negotiated price is the primary basis by which the Part D benefit is adjudicated, and is used to determine plan, beneficiary, manufacturer (in the Start Printed Page 56420coverage gap), and government liability during the course of the payment year, subject to final reconciliation following the end of the coverage year.
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In 2003 Congress passed the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act, which President George W. Bush signed into law on December 8, 2003. Part of this legislation included filling gaps in prescription-drug coverage left by the Medicare Secondary Payer Act that was enacted in 1980. The 2003 bill strengthened the Workers' Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Program (WCMSA) that is monitored and administered by CMS.
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Asthma Management Resources The new health care law, called the Affordable Care Act, has placed a maximum limit of $6,700 on the annual out-of-pocket medical costs for Advantage beneficiaries. Plans actually have kept costs even lower—at an average $4,317 this year, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. The Tufts plan limits Hoyt's out-of-pocket costs to $3,400. Traditional Medicare has no out-of-pocket maximum.
HSA versus Medicare More Stories Finally, we are considering requiring that all contingent incentive payments be excluded from the negotiated price because including the actual amount of any contingent incentive payments to pharmacies in the negotiated price would make drug prices appear higher at a “high performing” pharmacy, which receives an incentive payment, than at a “poor performing” pharmacy, which is assessed a penalty. This pricing differential could potentially create a perverse incentive for beneficiaries to choose a lower performing pharmacy for the advantage of a lower price. We seek comment on whether such an approach would prevent this unintended consequence and thus avoid reducing the competitiveness of high performing pharmacies by increasing the negotiated price charged to the beneficiary at those pharmacies.
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