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(B) The lowest deductible shown in the tables described in paragraphs (f)(2)(iii) and (v) of this section would generally not be available for sale from an insurance company. The number of risk patients and the net premiums are shown for the case where the MA plan might directly insure a contracted physician or physician group with protection at these lower deductibles.
(iii) The clustering algorithm for the improvement measure scores is done in two steps to determine the cut points for the measure-level Star Ratings. Clustering is conducted separately for improvement measure scores greater than or equal to zero and those with improvement measure scores less than zero.
Thus, we note that if a beneficiary continues to meet the clinical guidelines and, if the sponsor implements an additional, overlapping limitation on the at-risk beneficiary's access to coverage for frequently abused drugs, the beneficiary may experience a coverage limitation beyond 12-months. The same is true for at-risk beneficiaries who were identified as such in the most recent prescription drug plan in which they were enrolled and the sponsor of his or her subsequent plan immediately implements a limitation on coverage of frequently abused drugs.
(iii) Any other evidence that CMS deems relevant to its determination; or General Resources
(2) Correct the NPI. Common Medicare mistakes can cost you thousands of dollars. In a moment, I’ll walk you through the four big errors to avoid. If you have medical insurance coverage under a group health plan based on your or your spouse's current employment, you may not need to apply for Medicare Part B at age 65. You may qualify for a "Special Enrollment Period" (SEP) that will let you sign up for Part B during:
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New Holding Company Structure. rating Spending, Saving and Investing Sections 422.111(h)(2)(i) and 423.128(d)(2)(i) require that plans maintain a Web site which contains the information listed in §§ 422.111(b) and 423.128(b). Section 422.111(h)(2)(ii) states that the posting of the EOC, Summary of Benefits, and provider network information on the plan's Web site “does not relieve the MA organization of its responsibility under § 422.111(a) to provide hard copies to enrollees.” There is no parallel to § 422.111(h)(2)(ii) in § 423.128 for Part D sponsors. Further, § 423.128(a) includes language providing that disclosures required under that section be “in the manner specified by CMS.”
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e. In paragraph (b)(5)(i)(A), by removing the phrase “60 days” and adding in its place the phrase “2 months”;
Enroll in a Medicare plan (6) Distribute marketing materials for which, before expiration of the 45-day period, the Part D sponsor receives from CMS written notice of disapproval because it is inaccurate or misleading, or misrepresents the Part D sponsor, its marketing representatives, or CMS.Start Printed Page 56526
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Street Address 94. Section 423.2032 is amended in paragraph (a) by removing the phrase “the coverage determination, redetermination,” and adding in its place the phrase “the coverage determination or at-risk determination, redetermination,”.
Weight Loss Since the inception of the Part D program, Part D statute, regulations, and sub-regulatory guidance have referred to “mail-order” pharmacy and services without defining the term “mail order”. Unclear references to the term “mail order” have generated confusion in the marketplace over what constitutes “mail-order” pharmacy or services. This confusion has contributed to complaints from pharmacies and beneficiaries regarding how Part D plan sponsors classify pharmacies for network participation, the Plan Finder, and Part D enrollee cost-sharing expectations. Additionally, pharmacies that are not mail-order pharmacies, but that may offer home delivery services by mail (relative to that pharmacy's overall operation), have complained because Part D plan sponsors classified them as mail-order pharmacies for network participation and required them to be licensed in all United States, territories, and the District of Columbia, as would be required for traditional mail-order pharmacies providing a mail-order benefit.
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Given that compliance programs are very well established and have grown more sophisticated since their inception, coupled with the industry's desire to perform well on audit, the Start Printed Page 56431CMS training requirement is not the driver of performance improvement or FDR compliance with key CMS requirements. Given this accumulated program experience and the growing sophistication of the industry's compliance operations, as well as our continuing requirements on sponsors for oversight and monitoring of FDRs, we are proposing to delete not just the regulatory provision requiring acceptance of CMS' training as meeting the compliance training requirements, but also the reference to FDRs in the compliance training requirements codified at §§ 422.503(b)(4)(vi)(C) and 423.504(b)(4)(vi)(C). Specifically, we propose to remove the phrases in paragraphs (C)(1) and (C)(2) that refer to first tier, downstream and related entities and remove the paragraphs specific to FDR training at §§ 422.503(b)(4)(vi)(C)(2) and (3) and 423.504(b)(4)(vi)(C)(3) and (4); we are also proposing technical revisions to restructure § 422.503(b)(4)(vi)(C)(1) into two paragraphs and ensure that the remaining text is grammatically correct and consistent with Office of the Federal Register style. Compliance training would still be required of MA and Part D sponsors, their employees, chief executives or senior administrators, managers, and governing body members. This change will allow sponsoring organizations, and the FDRs with which they contract, the maximum flexibility in developing and meeting training requirements associated with effective compliance programs. We invite comments concerning this proposal and suggestions on other options we can implement to accomplish the desired outcome.
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In reviewing section 1854(h) of the Social Security Act and Medicare Advantage (MA) regulations governing plan segments, we have determined that the statute and existing regulations may be interpreted to allow MA plans to vary supplemental benefits, in addition to premium and cost sharing, by segment, as long as the benefits, premium, and cost sharing are uniform within each segment of an MA plan's service area. Plans segments are county-level portions of a plan's overall service area which, under current CMS policy, are permitted to have different premiums and cost sharing amounts as long as these premiums and cost sharing amounts are uniform throughout the segment. We are proposing to revise our interpretation of the existing statute and regulations to allow MA plan segments to vary by benefits in addition to premium and cost sharing, consistent with the MA regulatory requirements defining segments at § 422.262(c)(2).
1. Start with Social Security. Medicare enrollment is administered by the Social Security Administration, which offers three options for signing up for basic Medicare. Given how important this is, my feeling is that it’s best to enroll in person. I suggest you make an appointment at your local Social Security office—don’t just drop in unannounced. You can call 1-800-772-1213 to schedule your visit. Make sure you check out the hours when the office is open.
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