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2018 PDP-Facts: Interactive overview of the annual Medicare Part D Landscape. Primary and preventive services The effective date of our proposed provisions in § 423.120(c)(5) would be 60 days after the publication of a final rule. The effective date of our proposed revisions to § 423.120(c)(6) would be January 1, 2019.
(iii) CMS will announce the measures identified for inclusion in the calculations of the CAI in accordance with this paragraph through the process described for changes in and adoption of payment and risk adjustment policies in section 1853(b) of the Act. The measures for inclusion in the calculations of the CAI values will be selected based on the analysis of the dispersion of the LIS/DE within contract differences using all reportable numeric scores for contracts receiving a rating in the previous rating year. CMS calculates the results of each contract's estimated difference between the LIS/DE and non-LIS/DE performance rates per contract using logistic mixed effects model that includes LIS/DE as a predictor, random effects for contract and an interaction term of contract. For each contract, the proportion of beneficiaries receiving the measured clinical process or outcome for LIS/DE and non-LIS/DE beneficiaries would be estimated separately. The following decision criteria is used to determine the measures for adjustment:
(2) An explanation that the beneficiary is subject to the requirements of the sponsor's drug management program, including— Taking Medications
(2) To provide quality ratings on a 5-star rating system to be used in determining quality bonus payment (QBP) status and in determining rebate retention allowances.
While we still support in the underlying principle that LIS beneficiaries should have the ability to make an active choice, we find that plan sponsors are better able to administer benefits to beneficiaries, including coordination of Medicare and Medicaid benefits, and maximize care management and positive health outcomes, if dual and other LIS-eligible beneficiaries are held to the similar election period requirements as all other Part D-eligible beneficiaries. Therefore, we are proposing to amend § 423.38(c)(4) to make the SEP for FBDE and other subsidy-eligible individuals available only in certain circumstances. These circumstances would be considered separate and unique from one another, so there could be situations where a beneficiary could still use the SEP multiple times if he or she meets more than one of the conditions proposed as follows. Specifically, we are proposing to revise to § 423.38(c) to specify that the SEP is available only as follows:
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We note that our proposed implementation of the statutory requirements for the initial notice would permit the notice also to be used when the sponsor intends to implement a beneficiary-specific POS claim edit for frequently abused drugs. This is consistent with our current policy and would streamline beneficiary notices about opioids since we propose frequently abused drugs to consist of opioids for 2019.Start Printed Page 56351
Locations & Directions Insurance Explained Prescription Drug Coverage § 423.100 Summary: The following provides a high level summary of notice changes proposed in § 423.120(b). Details on these requirements appear in the preamble and proposed provisions. This summary does not address other proposed changes (for instance, changes to transition requirements); notice provisions we do not propose to change (for instance, notice for safety edits); or other rules that may also apply (for instance, marketing and beneficiary communications rules regarding formulary updates).
(viii) Provisions Specific to Limitations on Access to Coverage of Frequently Abused Drugs to Selected Pharmacies and Prescribers (§§ 423.153(f)(4), 423.153(f)(9), 423.153(f)(10), 423.153(f)(11), 423.153(f)(12), 423,153(f)(13))
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