43. The subpart heading for Subpart V is revised to read as set forth above. At the same time, you can also enroll in Medicare Part B, which covers doctors' visits and outpatient care. This coverage exacts a monthly premium ($104.90 for most people in 2013), plus a deductible and coinsurance. (If you're collecting Social Security when you turn 65, you will automatically be enrolled in Part A and Part B, and the Part B premium will be deducted from your benefits.) If you still have health coverage through work or are covered by your spouse's employer, you may be better off keeping that coverage and delaying Part B. Ask your employer for help deciding, or call Social Security at 800-772-1213.
Any difference between the rebates applied at the point of sale and those actually received would be captured as DIR through reporting at the end of the coverage year. Assume, for instance, that total gross drug costs for drugs A, B, and C equal $1.5 million, $1 million, and $200,000, respectively, in this period. The actual manufacturer rebates received, therefore, will equal $300,000, $100,000, and $10,000, respectively, for drugs A, B, and C in this period, based on the plan's expected rebate rates of 20, 10, and 5 percent, respectively, for the three drugs in this payment year. Based on the point-of-sale rebate rate calculated above for the applicable drug class and the total gross drug cost assumptions provided for the three drugs, we calculate the total point-of-Start Printed Page 56424sale rebates in this period to be $124,786.48 (8.32 percent of $1.5 million) for drug A, $83,189.66 (8.32 percent of $1 million) for drug B, and $16,637.93 (8.32 percent of $200,000) for drug C. Therefore, the manufacturer rebates applied by the plan as DIR at the end of the coverage year for the three drugs, respectively, would be $175,215.52, $16,810.34, and -$6,637.93 and total $185,387.93 across the drug class.
If you are eligible for automatic enrollment, you should not have to contact anyone. You should receive a package in the mail three months before your coverage starts with your new Medicare card. There will also be a letter explaining how Medicare works and that you were automatically enrolled in both Parts A and B. If you get Social Security retirement benefits, your package and card will come from the Social Security Administration (SSA). If you get Railroad Retirement benefits, your package and card will come from the Railroad Retirement Board.
Show More Skip to Navigation Social Agents & Brokers (c) Data sources. (1) CMS bases Part C Star Ratings on the type of data specified in section 1852(e) of the Act and on CMS administrative data. Part C Star Ratings measures reflect structure, process, and outcome indices of quality. This includes information of the following types: Clinical data, beneficiary experiences, changes in physical and mental health, benefit administration information and CMS administrative data. Data underlying Star Ratings measures may include survey data, data separately collected and used in oversight of MA plans' compliance with MA requirements and data submitted by plans.
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You may be able to enroll in Medicare outside of the above situations if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. For example, you may have delayed Medicare enrollment if you were working when you turned 65 and had health coverage through your current employer. In this situation, you’ll have an eight-month Special Enrollment Period to sign up for Medicare that starts when your health coverage ends or when you stop working, whichever happens first. You usually won’t owe a late-enrollment penalty if you sign up through a Special Enrollment Period.
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No part of Medicare pays for all of a beneficiary's covered medical costs and many costs and services are not covered at all. The program contains premiums, deductibles and coinsurance, which the covered individual must pay out-of-pocket. A study published by the Kaiser Family Foundation in 2008 found the Fee-for-Service Medicare benefit package was less generous than either the typical large employer preferred provider organization plan or the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program Standard Option. Some people may qualify to have other governmental programs (such as Medicaid) pay premiums and some or all of the costs associated with Medicare.
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101. Section 423.2126 is amended in paragraph (b) by removing the phrase “coverage determination to be considered in the appeal.” and adding in its place the phrase “coverage determination or at-risk determination to be considered in the appeal.”
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