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Provider Services OPM (ii) A contract is assigned two stars if it does not meet the 1 star criteria and meets at least one of the following criteria:
Standard Option The burden associated with electronic submission of enrollment information to CMS is estimated at 1 minute at $69.08/hour for a business operations specialist to submit the enrollment information to CMS during the open enrollment period. The total burden is estimated at 9,300 hours (558,000 notices × 1 min/60) at a cost of $642,444 (9,300 hour × $69.08/hour) or $1.15 per notice ($642,444/558,000 notices) or $1,372.74 per organization ($642,444/468 MA organizations).
++ Paragraph (a) states that an MA organization “may not pay, directly or indirectly, on any basis, for items or services (other than emergency or urgently needed services as defined in § 422.113) furnished to a Medicare enrollee by any individual or entity that is excluded by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) or is revoked from the Medicare program except as provided.”
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Wellness Library In addition, given that a beneficiary's access to health care items or services may be impaired because of the application of the preclusion list to his or her item or service, we believe the beneficiary should be permitted to appeal alleged errors in applying the preclusion list. We solicit comment whether additional beneficiary protections, such as notices to enrollees when an individual or entity that has recently furnished services or items to the enrollee is placed on the preclusion list or a limited and temporary coverage approval when an individual or entity is first placed on the preclusion list but is in the middle of a course of previously covered treatment, should also be included these rules upon finalization.
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We propose that if the reliability of a CAHPS measure score is very low for a given contract, less than 0.60, the contract would not receive a Star Rating for that measure. For purposes of applying the criterion for 1 star on Table 3, at item (c), low reliability scores would be defined as those with at least 11 respondents and reliability greater than or equal to 0.60 but less than 0.75 and also in the lowest 12 percent of contracts ordered by reliability. The standard error would be considered when the measure score is below the 15th percentile (in base group 1), significantly below average, and has low reliability: In this case, 1 star would be assigned if and only if the measure score is at least 1 standard error below the unrounded cut point between base groups 1 and 2. Similarly, when the measure score is at or above the 80th percentile (in base group 5), significantly above average, and has low reliability, 5 stars would be assigned if and only if the measure score is at least 1 standard error above the unrounded cut point between base groups 4 and 5.
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Search ArticlesFind Attorneys Under our proposal, default enrollment of individuals at the time of their conversion to Medicare would be more limited than the default enrollments Congress authorized the Secretary to permit in section 1851(c)(3)(A)(ii) of the Act. However, we are also proposing some flexibility for MA organizations that wish to offer seamless continuation of coverage to their non-Medicare members, commercial, Medicaid or otherwise, who are gaining Medicare eligibility. As discussed in more detail below, affirmative elections would be necessary for individuals not enrolled in a Medicaid managed care plan, consistent with § 422.50. However, because individuals enrolled in an organization's commercial plan, for example would already be known to the parent organization offering both the non-Medicare plan and the MA plan and the statute acknowledges that this existing relationship is somewhat relevant to Part C coverage, we propose to amend § 422.66(d)(5) and to establish, through subregulatory guidance, a new and simplified positive (that is, “opt in”) election process that would be available to all MA organizations for the MA enrollments of their commercial, Medicaid or other non-Medicare plan members. To reflect our change in policy with regard to a default enrollment process and this proposal to permit a simplified election process for individuals who are electing coverage in an MA plan offered by the same entity as the individual's non-Medicare coverage, we are also proposing to add text in § 422.66(d)(5) authorizing a simplified election for purposes of converting existing non-Medicare coverage, commercial, Medicaid or otherwise, to MA coverage offered by the same organization. This new mechanism would allow for a less burdensome process for MA organizations to offer enrollment in their MA plans to their non-Medicare health plan members who are newly eligible for Medicare. As the MA organization has a significant amount of the information from the member's non-Medicare enrollment, this new simplified election process aims to make enrollment easier for the newly-eligible beneficiary to complete and for the MA organization to process. It would align with the individual's Part A and Part B initial enrollment period (and initial coordinated election period for MA coverage), provided he or she enrolled in both Medicare Parts A and B when first eligible for Medicare. This new election process would provide a longer period of time for MA organizations to accept enrollment requests than the time period in which MA organizations would be required to effectuate default enrollments, as organizations would be able to accept enrollments throughout the individual's Initial Coverage Election Period (ICEP), which for an aged beneficiary is the 7-month period that begins 3 months before the month in which the individual turns 65 and ends 3 months after the month in which the individual turns 65. We would use existing authority to create this new enrollment Start Printed Page 56368mechanism which, if implemented, would be available to MA organizations in the 2019 contract year. We solicit comments on the proposed changes to the regulation text as well as the form and manner in which such enrollments may occur.
Psychological Market Indicators The current policy has two aspects. First, in the CY 2013 final Call Letter and subsequent supplemental guidance, we provided guidance about our expectations for Part D plan sponsors to retrospectively identify beneficiaries who are at high risk for potential opioid overutilization and provide appropriate case management aimed at coordinated care. More specifically, we currently expect Part D plan sponsors' Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) committees to establish criteria consistent with CMS guidance to retrospectively identify potential opioid overutilizers at high risk for an adverse event enrolled in their plans who may warrant case management because they are receiving opioid prescriptions from multiple prescribers and pharmacies. Enrollees Start Printed Page 56342with cancer or in hospice are excluded from the current policy, because the benefit of their high opioid use may outweigh the risk associated with such use. This exclusion was supported by stakeholder feedback on the current policy.
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Premium Advice August 25 at 9:53 AM · Victoria Burke Plan Information Commerce Fraud Bureau (6) Cost sharing for Medicare Part A and B services specified by CMS does not exceed levels annually determined by CMS to be discriminatory for such services. CMS may use Medicare Fee-for-Service data to evaluate the possibility of discrimination and to establish non-discriminatory out-of-pocket limits and also use MA encounter data to inform patient utilization scenarios used to help identify MA plan cost sharing standards and thresholds that are not discriminatory.
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Several provider organizations, moreover, have expressed concerns about the enrollment requirements. They have contended that (1) most prescribers pose no risk to the Medicare program; and (2) certain types of physicians and eligible professionals prescribe Part D drugs only very infrequently. Their general position, in short, is that the burden to the prescriber community would outweigh the payment safeguard benefits of § 423.120(c)(6). After the publication of the IFC, and based on our desire to give prescribers and other stakeholders more time to prepare for the enrollment requirements, we announced a phased-in enforcement of the enrollment requirements and stated that full enforcement would be delayed until January 1, 2019. (Information was posted at the following link: https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Provider-Enrollment-and-Certification/MedicareProviderSupEnroll/Prescriber-Enrollment-Information.html.) However, the concerns of these provider organizations remain.
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