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C Plus SMS & SES Disability Network Participation We believe that the number of a physician group's non-risk patients should be taken into account when setting stop loss deductibles for risk patients. For example a group with 50,000 non-risk patients and 5,000 risk patients needs less protection than a group with only 3,000 non-risk patients and 5,000 risk patients. We propose, at § 422.208(f)(2)(iii) and (v), to allow non-risk patient equivalents (NPEs), such as Medicare Fee-For-Service patients, who obtain some services from the physician or physician group to be included in the panel size when determining the deductible. Under our proposal, NPEs are equal to the projected annual aggregate payments to a physician or physician group for non-global risk patients, divided by an estimate of the average capitation per member per year (PMPY) for all non-global risk patients, whether or not they are capitated. Both the numerator and denominator are for physician services that are rendered by the physician or physician group. We propose that the deductible for the stop-loss insurance that is required under this regulation would be the lesser of: (1) The deductible for globally capitated patients plus up to $100,000 or (2) the deductible calculated for globally capitated patients plus NPEs. The deductible for these groups would be separately calculated using the tables and requirements in our proposed regulation at paragraph (f)(2)(iii) and (v) and treating the two groups (globally capitated patients and globally capitated patients plus NPEs) separately as the panel size. We propose the same flexibility for combined per-patient stop-loss insurance and the separate stop-loss insurances. We solicit comment on this proposal.
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Security Tips Corporate Responsibility The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Pub. L. 111-148), as amended by the Healthcare and Education Reconciliation Act (Pub. L. 111-152), provides for quality ratings, based on a 5-star rating system and the information collected under section 1852(e) of the Act, to be used in calculating payment to MA organizations beginning in 2012. Specifically, sections 1853(o) and 1854(b)(1)(C) of the Act provide, respectively, for an increase in the benchmark against which MA organizations bid and in the portion of the savings between the bid and benchmark available to the MA organization to use as a rebate. Under the Act, Part D plan sponsors are not eligible for quality based payments or rebates. We finalized a rule on April 15, 2011 to implement these provisions and to use the existing Star Ratings System that had been in place since 2007 and 2008. (76 FR 21485-21490). In addition, the Star Ratings measures are tied in many ways to responsibilities and obligations of MA organizations and Part D sponsors under their contracts with CMS. We believe that continued poor performance on the measures and overall and summary ratings indicates systemic and wide-spread problems in an MA plan or Part D plan. In April 2012, we finalized a regulation to use consistently low summary Star Ratings—meaning 3 years of summary Star Ratings below 3 stars—as the basis for a contract termination for Part C and Part D plans. (§§ 422.510(a)(14) and 423.509(a)(13)). Those regulations further reflect the role the Star Ratings have had in CMS' oversight, evaluation, and monitoring of MA and Part D plans to ensure compliance with the respective program requirements and the provision of quality care and health coverage to Medicare beneficiaries.
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In considering the cost implications of this proposal, we received varied perspectives from stakeholders. Part D plan sponsors, PBMs, and manufacturers contend limited dispensing networks with accreditation requirements generate cost savings and add value. Specialty pharmacies contend the added value avoids additional costs. Independent community pharmacies, and beneficiaries contend broader competition and transparency will generate savings.
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