(2) Plan preview of the Star Ratings. CMS will have plan preview periods before each Star Ratings release during which MA organizations can preview their Star Ratings data in HPMS prior to display on the Medicare Plan Finder.
Find a provider Part A is hospital insurance that assists you with the cost of inpatient care and skilled nursing facility stays. It also helps with things like hospice and home health care. In general, you should think of the inpatient hospital benefit as Medicare coverage for room and board in the hospital.
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(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 paragraphs (c)(6)(i) or (ii) of this section, a Part D sponsor or its PBM must do the following: (1) Provide the beneficiary with the following, subject to all other Part D rules and plan coverage requirements:
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Jefferson Open Data SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDER SERVICES Benefits & services In § 460.86, we propose to revise paragraphs (a) and (b) to state as follows: Understanding Your Explanation of Benefits
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How to Invest in Stocks We propose to codify this policy by adding a paragraph (ii) to § 423.153(f)(8), as noted earlier, to read as follows: Immediately upon the beneficiary's enrollment in the gaining plan, the gaining plan sponsor may provide a second notice described in paragraph (f)(6) to a beneficiary for whom the gaining sponsor received 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 § 423.153(f)(14), if the sponsor is implementing either of the following: (A) A beneficiary-specific point-of-sale claim edit as described in paragraph (f)(3)(i); or (B) A limitation on access to coverage as described in paragraph(f)(3)(ii), if such limitation would require the beneficiary to obtain frequently abused drugs from the same location of pharmacy and/or the same prescriber, as applicable, that was selected under the immediately prior plan under (f)(9).
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We are proposing in §§ 422.166(e) and 423.186(e) to continue the current weighting of measures in the Part C and D Star Ratings program by assigning the highest weight (5) to improvement measures, followed by outcome and intermediate outcome measures (weight of 3), then by patient experience/complaints and access measures (weight of 1.5), and finally process measures (weight of 1). We are considering increasing the weight of the patient experience/complaints and access measures and are interested in stakeholder feedback on this potential change in order to reflect better the importance of these issues in plan performance. If we were to increase the weight, we are considering increasing it from a weight of 1.0 to between 1.5 and 3 similar to outcome measures. This increased weight would reflect CMS' commitment to serve Medicare beneficiaries by putting the patients first, including their assessments of the care received by plans. We solicit comment on this point, particularly the potential change in the weight of the patient experience/complaints and access measures.
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The clinical codes for quality measures (such as HEDIS measures) are routinely revised as the code sets are updated. For updates to address revisions to the clinical codes without change in the intent of the measure and the target population, the measure would remain in the Star Ratings program and would not move to the display page. Examples of clinical codes that might be updated or revised without substantively changing the measure include:
(20) An individual or entity is to be included on the preclusion list as defined in § 422.2 or § 423.100 of this chapter. Signing Up for Medicare Advantage Policy Open "Policy" Submenu
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Amend new redesignated paragraph (a)(4) (proposed to be redesignated from (a)(6)) to make two technical changes to replace the phrase “as defined by CMS” with “as defined in § 422.2” and to capitalize “original Medicare.”
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Legislative CBSN Originals Third, we propose to revise the list of exclusions from marketing materials, currently codified at §§ 422.2260(6) and 423.2260(6), and to include it in the proposed new §§ 422.2260(c)(2) and 423.2260(c)(2) to identify the types of materials that would not be considered marketing. Materials that do not include information about the plan's benefit structure or cost sharing or do not include information about measuring or ranking standards (for example, star ratings) will be excluded from marketing. In addition, materials that do mention benefits or cost sharing, but do not meet the definition of marketing as proposed here, would also be excluded from marketing. We also propose that required materials in § 422.111 and § 423.128 not be considered marketing, unless otherwise specified. Lastly, we are proposing to exclude materials specifically designated by us as not meeting the definition of the proposed marketing definition based on their use or purpose. The purpose of this proposed revision of the list of exclusions from marketing materials, as with the proposed marketing definition and proposed non-exhaustive list of marketing materials, is to maintain the current beneficiary protections that apply to marketing materials but to narrow the scope to exclude materials that are unlikely to lead to or influence an enrollment decision.
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