A stand-alone prescription drug plan that can be paired with any medical-only plan State Re-Procurement of Medicaid Managed Care Contracts: In several states, dually eligible beneficiaries receive Medicaid services through managed care plans that the state selects through a competitive procurement process. Some states also require that the sponsors of Medicaid health plans also offer a D-SNP in the same service area to promote opportunities for integrated care. Dually eligible beneficiaries can face disruptions in coverage due to routine state re-procurements of Medicaid managed care contracts. Individuals enrolled in Medicaid managed care plans that are not renewed are typically transitioned to a separate Medicaid managed care plan. In such a scenario, dually eligible beneficiaries enrolled in the non-renewing Medicaid managed care plan's corresponding D-SNP product would now be enrolled in two separate organizations for their Medicaid and Medicare services, resulting in non-integrated coverage. Under this proposed regulation, CMS would have the ability, in consultation with the state Medicaid agency that contracts with integrated D-SNPs, to passively enroll dually eligible beneficiaries facing such a disruption into an integrated D-SNP that corresponds with their new Medicaid managed care plan, thereby promoting continuous enrollment in integrated care.Start Printed Page 56370
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We note that in conducting the case management required under § 423.153(f)(4)(i)(A) in anticipation of implementing a prescriber lock-in, the sponsor would be expected to update any case management it had already conducted. Also, even if a sponsor had already obtained the prescriber's agreement to implement a limitation on the beneficiary's coverage of frequently abused drugs to a selected pharmacy to comply with § 423.153(f)(4)(i)(B), for example, the sponsor would have to obtain the agreement of the prescriber who would be selected to implement a limitation on a beneficiary's coverage of frequently abused drugs to a selected prescriber. Finally, we note that even if a sponsor had already provided the beneficiary with the required notices to comply with § 423.153(f)(4)(i)(C), the sponsor would have to provide them again in order to remain compliant, because the beneficiary would not have been notified about the specific limitation on his or her access to coverage for frequently abused drugs to a selected prescriber(s) and has an opportunity to select the prescriber(s).
Building Your Financial Future Membership My Account Amend §§ 422.62(a)(7), 422.68(f), 423.38(d) and 423.40(d) to end the MADP at the end of 2018.
Articles EMPLOYERS Under a new proposed SEP, individuals who have a change in their Medicaid or LIS-eligible status would have an election opportunity that is separate from, and in addition to, the two scenarios discussed previously. (As discussed in section III.A.2. of this rule, and unlike the other two conditions discussed previously, individuals identified as “at risk” would be able to use this SEP.) This would apply to individuals who gain, lose, or change Medicaid or LIS eligibility. We believe that in these instances, it would be appropriate to give these beneficiaries an opportunity to re-evaluate their Part D coverage in light of their changing circumstances. Beneficiaries eligible for this SEP would need to use it within 2 months of the change or of being notified of the change, whichever is later.
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(iv) A Part D sponsor must not limit an at-risk beneficiary's access to coverage for frequently abused drugs to those that are prescribed for the beneficiary by one or more prescribers under paragraph (f)(3)(ii)(A) of this section unless—
9.8 Fraud and waste Access member discounts 68. Section 423.503 is amended in paragraphs (b)(1) and (2) by removing the phrase “14 months” and adding in its place “12 months” each time it appears.
(v) They will ensure that payments are not made to individuals and entities included on the preclusion list, defined in § 422.2.
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See the DATES and ADDRESSES sections of this proposed rule for further information.
Take Our Mini Check Now! We propose to add a provision to § 422.222(a) that would permit individuals or entities that are on the preclusion list to appeal their inclusion on this list in accordance with 42 CFR part 498. Given the aforementioned payment denial that would ensue with the individual's or entity's inclusion on the preclusion list, due process warrants that the individual or entity have the ability to appeal this initial determination. Any appeal under this proposed provision, however, would be limited strictly to the individual's or entity's inclusion on the preclusion list. It would neither include nor affect appeals of payment denials or enrollment revocations, for there are separate appeals processes for these actions. Individuals and entities that file an appeal pursuant to § 422.222(a) would be able to avail themselves of any other appeals processes permitted by law.
(A) Improvement scores of zero or greater would be assigned at least 3 stars for the improvement Star Rating.
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