We will continue to monitor Cost Plan news and post updates as they become available. § 460.40 Subtotal: Private Sector Burden 805 2,266,419 varies 91,989 varies 4,325,595
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Medicare Part B – Medical Insurance (1) Meet all of the following requirements: (A) The prescriber is currently revoked from the Medicare program under § 424.535.
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Compare Medicare Thinking Broadly About Investing in Health We promulgated regulations under the authority of section 1860D-11(d)(2)(B) of the Act to require Part D sponsors to provide for an appropriate transition process for enrollees prescribed Part D drugs that are not on the prescription drug plan's formulary (including Part D drugs that are on a sponsor's formulary but require prior authorization or step therapy under a plan's utilization management rules). These regulations are codified at § 423.120(b)(3). Specifically, these regulations require that a Part D sponsor ensure certain enrollees access to a temporary supply of drugs within the first 90 days under a new plan (including drugs that are on a plan's formulary but require prior authorization or step therapy under a plan's utilization management rules) by ensuring a temporary fill when an enrollee requests a fill of a non-formulary drug during this time period. In the outpatient setting, the supply must be for at least 30 days of medication, unless the prescription is written for less. In the LTC setting, this supply must be for up to at least 91 days and may be up to 98 days, consistent with the dispensing increment, unless a less amount is prescribed.
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As discussed previously, in the November 15, 2016 final rule, we added or updated a number of other MA regulatory provisions (for example, § 422.501 and 422.510) in order to fully incorporate our new enrollment requirements. Because we are proposing to replace these enrollment requirements with an approach centered upon a preclusion list—and to help Start Printed Page 56450ensure that providers, suppliers, MA organizations, PACE organizations, and other applicable stakeholders comply with our proposed requirements—we believe that these other MA regulatory provisions must also be revised to reflect this change. To this end, we propose the following revisions:
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Long-term disability insurance Quality, Safety & Oversight - Promising Practices Project Federal Employees Program Health Insurance Help Annualized Monetized Savings 87.26 86.79 CYs 2019-2023 Federal government, MA organizations and Part D Sponsors.
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Browse plans We currently define “retail pharmacy” at § 423.100 to mean “any licensed pharmacy that is not a mail-order pharmacy from which Part D enrollees could purchase a covered Part D drug without being required to receive medical services from a provider or institution affiliated with that pharmacy.” Although we did not define “non-retail pharmacy,” § 423.120(a)(3) provides that “a Part D plan's contracted pharmacy network may be supplemented by non-retail pharmacies, “including pharmacies offering home delivery via mail-order and institutional pharmacies,” provided the convenient access requirements are met (emphasis added). In the preamble to our January 2005 final rule, we also stated, “examples of non-retail pharmacies include I/T/U, FQHC, Rural Health Center (RHC) and hospital and other provider-based pharmacies, as well as Part D [plan]-owned and operated pharmacies that serve only plan members” (see 70 FR 4249). We also stated “home infusion pharmacies will not count toward Part D plans' pharmacy access requirements (at § 423.120(a)(1)) because they are not retail pharmacies” (see 70 FR 4250).
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++ Section 460.70(a) states that a PACE organization must have a written contract with each outside organization, agency, or individual that furnishes administrative or care-related services not furnished directly by the PACE organization, except for emergency services as described in § 460.100; various requirements that a contract between a PACE organization and a contractor must meet are listed in § 460.70(b). Paragraph (b)(1) states that the PACE organization must contract only with an entity that meets all applicable Federal and State requirements, including, but not limited to, those listed in paragraphs (b)(1)(i) through (iv). Paragraph (b)(1)(iv) reads: “Providers or suppliers that are types of individuals or entities that can enroll in Medicare in accordance with section 1861 of the Act, must be enrolled in Medicare and be in an approved status in Medicare in order to provide health care items or services to a PACE participant who receives his or her Medicare benefit through a PACE organization.” Consistent with our proposed deletion of § 460.68(a)(4), we propose to delete § 460.70(b)(1)(iv). We note that we are not proposing to prohibit individuals and entities on the preclusion list from furnishing services Start Printed Page 56451and items to PACE participants; we are merely proposing to prohibit payment for such services and items if provided by an individual or entity on the preclusion list.
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