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§ 423.100 (ii) Immediately upon the beneficiary's enrollment in the gaining plan, the gaining plan sponsor may immediately provide a second notice described in paragraph (f)(6) of this section to a beneficiary for whom the gaining sponsor received a notice that the beneficiary was identified as an at-risk beneficiary by his or her most recent prior plan, and such identification had not been terminated in accordance with paragraph (f)(14) of this section, if the sponsor is implementing either of the following:
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Premium changes faced by individual consumers will also reflect increases in age, particularly for children, due to new and higher child age factors. Changes in an enrollee’s geographic location, family status, or benefit design could result in premium increases or decreases depending on the particular changes. In addition, if a consumer’s particular plan has been discontinued, the premium change will reflect the increase or decrease resulting from being moved into a different plan, which could be at a different metal level or with a different insurer. Average premium change information released by insurers or states could reflect the movement of consumers to different plans due to their prior plan being discontinued.
Section 422.501(c) states that in order to obtain a determination on whether it meets the requirements to become an MA organization and is qualified to provide a particular type of MA plan, an entity (or an individual authorized to act for the entity (the applicant)), must fully complete all parts of a certified application. As part of the application, paragraph (c)(1)(iv) requires “(d)ocumentation that all providers or suppliers in the MA or MA-PD plan that are types of individuals or entities that can enroll in Medicare in accordance with section 1861 of the Act, are enrolled in an approved status.” Also, paragraph (c)(2) requires the following: “The authorized individual must thoroughly describe how the entity and MA plan meet, or will meet, all the requirements described in this part, including providing documentation that all providers and suppliers referenced in § 422.222 are enrolled in Medicare in an approved status.”
Given that this provision allows an at-risk identification to carry forward to the next plan, we believe it is appropriate to propose to permit a gaining plan to provide the second notice to an at-risk beneficiary so identified by the most recent prior plan sooner than would otherwise be required. For the same reasons, we believe that it would be appropriate to permit the gaining plan to even send the beneficiary a combined initial and second notice, under certain circumstances. However, because the content of the initial notice would not be appropriate for an at-risk beneficiary, and because such beneficiary would have already received an initial notice from his or her immediately prior plan sponsor, the content of this combined notice should only consist of the required content for the second notice so as not to confuse the beneficiary. Thus, our interpretation of section 1860D-4(c)(5)(B)(iv)(II) of the Act in conjunction with section 1860D-4(c)(5)(C)(i)(II) of the Act is that a gaining Part D sponsor may send the second notice immediately to a beneficiary for whom the sponsor received a notice upon the beneficiary's enrollment that the beneficiary was identified as an at-risk beneficiary under the prescription drug plan in which the beneficiary was most recently enrolled and such identification had not been terminated upon disenrollment. This is consistent with our current policy under which a gaining sponsor may immediately implement a beneficiary-specific opioid POS claim edit, if the gaining sponsor is notified that the beneficiary was subject to such an edit in the immediately prior plan and such edit had not been terminated.
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In section II.A.11. of this rule, we are proposing to codify the existing measures and methodology for the Part C and D Star Ratings program. The proposed provisions would not change any respondent requirements or burden pertaining to any of CMS' Star Ratings-related PRA packages including: OMB control number 0938-0701 for CAHPS (CMS-10203), OMB control number 0938-0732 for HOS (CMS-R-246), OMB control number 0938-1028 for HEDIS (CMS-10219), OMB control number 0938-1054 for Part C Reporting Requirements (CMS-10261), and OMB control number 0938-0992 for Part D Reporting Requirements (CMS-10185).
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Using the wage information from the BLS for medical and health service managers (Code 11-9111), we estimate that the cost of reviewing this rule is $105.16 per hour, including overhead and fringe benefits (https://www.bls.gov/oes/2016/may/naics4_621100.htm). Assuming an average reading speed, we estimate that it would take approximately 15.6 hours for each person to review this proposed rule. For each MA plan that reviews the rule, the estimated cost is therefore, $1,640 (15.6 hours × $105.16). Therefore, we estimate that the total cost of reviewing this regulation is $767,520 ($1,640 × 468 reviewers).
Provider Enrollment & Certification One benefit of Medicare Advantage plans is that they include out-of-pocket limits. Original Medicare does not include an out-of-pocket spending maximum. This means that your copays or coinsurance can continue to add up with no limit. A Medicare Advantage plan does include such a cap. Because private companies offer Medicare Advantage plans, CMS rules require an out-of-pocket limit for plans of $6,700. Some plans may offer even lower caps.
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If you later on decide to leave your Medicare Advantage plan, you might not be able to get the same Medigap policy back or any Medigap policy, unless you have a “trial right” or “guaranteed issue” right. Generally you will only have this right during the first 12 months that you’re enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan.
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(vi) CMS develops the model for the modified contract-level LIS/DE percentage for Puerto Rico using the following sources of information: If you have small employer coverage (less than 20 employees), you should always enroll in both Parts A and B during your IEP. Medicare will be primary if your employer has less than 20 employees. Filing for Medicare at age 65 is very important if you work for a small employer!
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(2) Case management/clinical contact/prescriber verification—(i) General rule. The sponsor's clinical staff must conduct case management for each potential at-risk beneficiary for the purpose of engaging in clinical contact with the prescribers of frequently abused drugs and verifying whether a potential at-risk beneficiary is an at-risk beneficiary. Except as provided in paragraph (f)(2)(ii) of this section, the sponsor must do all of the following:
Washington Seattle $126 $176 40% $201 $206 2% $268 $262 -2% NDC National Drug Code Commercial Auto Currently, individuals with disabilities who receive Social Security Disability Insurance are subject to a two-year waiting period before they are eligible for Medicare. Medicare Extra would eliminate this waiting period. In addition, individuals with disabilities can be disqualified from Medicaid coverage if their assets exceed a limit. Medicare Extra would eliminate this asset test and allow individuals with disabilities to earn and keep their savings.
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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS We are proposing to revise § 423.578(c)(3) by renumbering the provision and adding a new paragraph (ii) to codify our current policy that cost sharing for an approved tiering exception request is assigned at the lowest applicable tier when preferred alternatives sit on multiple lower tiers. Under this proposal, assignment of cost sharing for an approved tiering exception must be at the most favorable cost-sharing tier containing alternative drugs, unless such alternative drugs are not applicable pursuant to limitations set forth under proposed § 423.578(a)(6). We are also proposing to delete similar language from existing (c)(3) that proposed new paragraph (c)(3)(ii) would replace.
Translated Pages Forgot account? Dementia Grants Awarded (B) Upon receipt of a pharmacy claim or beneficiary request for reimbursement for a Part D drug that a Part D sponsor would otherwise be required to reject or deny in accordance with paragraph (c)(6)(i) or (ii) of this section, a Part D sponsor or its PBM must do the following:
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(B) Authorized generic drugs as defined in section 505(t)(3) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Section 202 of the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 (UMRA) also requires that agencies assess anticipated costs and benefits before issuing any rule whose mandates require spending in any 1 year of $100 million in 1995 dollars, updated annually for inflation. In 2017, that threshold is approximately $148 million. This proposed rule is not anticipated to have an effect on State, local, or tribal governments, in the aggregate, or on the private sector of $148 million or more.
Section 1860D-4(g)(2) of the Act specifies that a beneficiary enrolled in a Part D plan offering prescription drug benefits for Part D drugs through the use of a tiered formulary may request an exception to the plan sponsor's tiered cost-sharing structure. The statute requires such plan sponsors to have a process in place for making determinations on such requests, consistent with guidelines established by the Secretary. At the start of the Part D program, we finalized regulations at § 423.578(a) that require plan sponsors to establish and maintain reasonable and complete exceptions procedures. These procedures permit enrollees, under certain circumstances, to obtain a drug in a higher cost-sharing tier at the more favorable cost-sharing applicable to alternative drugs on a lower cost-sharing tier of the plan sponsor's formulary. Such an exception is granted when the plan sponsor determines that the non-preferred drug is medically necessary based on the prescriber's supporting statement. The tiering exceptions regulations establish the general scope of issues that must be addressed under the plan sponsor's tiering exceptions process. Our goal with the exceptions rules codified in the Part D final rule (70 FR 4352) was to allow plan sponsors sufficient flexibility in benefit design to obtain pricing discounts necessary to offer optimal value to beneficiaries, while ensuring that beneficiaries with a medical need for a non-preferred drug are afforded the type of drug access and favorable cost-sharing called for under the law.
We will continue to hold MA organizations and Part D sponsors accountable for the failures of their FDRs to comply with Medicare program requirements, even with these proposed changes. Existing regulations at § 422.503(b)(4)(vi) and § 423.504(b)(4)(vi) require that every sponsor's contract must specify that FDRs must comply with all applicable federal laws, regulations and CMS instructions. Additionally, we audit sponsors' compliance programs when we conduct routine program audits, and our audit process includes evaluations of sponsoring organizations' monitoring and auditing of their FDRs as well as FDR oversight. Our audits also evaluate formulary administration and processing of coverage and appeal requests in the Part C and Part D programs. FDRs often perform some or all of these functions for sponsors, so if they are non-compliant, it will come to light during the program audit and the sponsoring organization is ultimately held responsible for the FDRs' failure to comply with program requirements.
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