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Annie – Ariz.: I have just read your Oct. 15 NewsHour column, “Medicare’s open enrollment is health care’s Groundhog Day,” and I need clarification on Part A Medicare. This article states “the hospital deductible will be $1,260 for each benefit period… There is zero coinsurance for the first 60 days of a hospital stay.” I have a Medigap Plan G insurance with a policy from Columbian Mutual Insurance which picks up charges that Medicare does not pay. Does the above mean that my Columbian insurance will NOT pay that initial $1,260 charge should I have to have a hospital admit, and I would be responsible for it myself?
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With the pharmaceutical distribution and pharmacy practice landscape evolving rapidly, and because pharmacies now frequently have multiple lines of business, many pharmacies no longer fit squarely into traditional pharmacy type classifications. For example, compounding pharmacies and specialty pharmacies, including but not limited to manufacturer-limited-access pharmacies, and those that may specialize in certain drugs, disease states, or both, are increasingly common, and Part D enrollees increasingly need access to their services. As noted previously, in implementing the any willing pharmacy provision, we indicated that standard terms and conditions could vary to accommodate different types of pharmacies so long as all similarly situated pharmacies were offered the same terms and conditions. In the original rule to implement Part D (70 FR 4194, January 28, 2005), we defined certain types of pharmacies (that is, retail, mail order, Long Term Care (LTC)/institutional, and I/T/U [Indian Health Service, Indian tribe or tribal organization, or urban Indian organization]) at § 423.100 to operationalize various statutory provisions that specifically mention these types of pharmacies (for example, section 1860D-4(b)(1)(C)(iv) of the Act). However, these definitions were never intended to limit the scope of the any willing pharmacy requirement. Nevertheless, we have anecdotal evidence that some Part D plan sponsors have declined to permit willing pharmacies to participate in their networks on the grounds that they do not meet the Part D plan sponsor's definition of a pharmacy type for which it has developed standard terms and conditions.
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As discussed previously, our classifications of certain types of pharmacies were never intended to limit or exclude participation of pharmacies, such as pharmacies with multiple lines of business, that do not fit into one of these classifications. Additionally, we have recognized since our January 2005 final rule that pharmacies may have multiple lines of business, including retail pharmacies that may offer home delivery services (see 70 FR 4235 and 4255).
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BCBSLA Foundation Depression You May Like In paragraph (c)(5)(i), we propose that a Part D plan sponsor must reject, or must require its pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) to reject, a pharmacy claim for a Part D drug unless the claim contains the active and valid National Provider Identifier (NPI) of the prescriber who prescribed the drug. This requirement is consistent with existing policy.
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Employers & Groups Minimum enrollment requirements. START HERE You can join anytime the plan is accepting new members. Operating Status: We propose to redesignate the existing definition as paragraph (i).
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• Resumption of the health insurer fee. For contract year 2019, we are considering issuing guidance clarifying the flexibility MA plans have to offer targeted supplemental benefits for their most medically vulnerable enrollees. A benefit package that offers differential access to enhanced services or benefits or reduced cost sharing or different deductibles based on objective criteria, and ensures equal treatment of similarly situated enrollees, for whom such services and benefits are useful, can be priced at a uniform premium consistent with the requirements for availability and accessibility throughout the service area for all enrollees in section 1852(d)(1)(A) of the Act and for uniform bids and premiums in section 1854(c) of the Act. We believe this flexibility will help MA plans better manage health care services for the most vulnerable enrollees. The benefit and cost sharing flexibility we have discussed here applies to Part C benefits but not Part D benefits. We are requesting comments and/or questions from stakeholders about the implementation of this flexibility. We note that CMS is currently testing value based insurance design (VBID) through the use of our demonstration authority under Section 1115A of the Act (42 U.S.C. 1315a, added by Section 3021 of the Affordable Care Act), which will include some of the elements we have discussed Start Printed Page 56361previously. However, there are also features of the VBID demonstration that are unique to the demonstration test. We expect the VBID demonstration to provide CMS with insights into future VBID innovations for the MA program.
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