Employee Spotlights An alternative method of ensuring beneficiaries have access to opioids as necessary would be to require the sponsor immediately provide a transfer to a new provider when the first provider is on the preclusion list. The new provider should be able to make an assessment and either provide appropriate SUD treatment or continue the opioid or pain management regimen, as medically appropriate. We are interested to hear from commenters how to operationalize this and whether there is a better method to ensure appropriate medication is provided without transferring the beneficiary to a new provider. We are proposing a 90-day provisional coverage period in lieu of a 3-month drug supply/90-day time period established in existing § 423.120(c)(6), which was described on page 6 in the Technical Guidance on Implementation of the Part D Prescriber Enrollment Requirement (Technical Guidance) issued on December 29, 2015. Under the existing regulation (which, as noted above, we have not enforced), a sponsor or MA-PD must track a separate 90-day consecutive time period for each drug covered as a provisional supply from the initial date-of-service; the sponsor or MA-PD must not reject a claim or deny a beneficiary's request for reimbursement until the 90-day time period has passed or a 3-month supply has been dispensed, whichever comes first. Under our proposal, however, a beneficiary would have one 90-day provisional coverage period with respect to an individual on the preclusion list. Accordingly, a sponsor/PBM would track one 90-day time period from the date the first drug is dispensed to the beneficiary pursuant to a prescription written by the individual on the preclusion list. This dispensing event would trigger a written notice and a 90-day time period for the beneficiary to fill any prescriptions from that particular precluded prescriber and to find another prescriber during that 90-day time period.
Washington, DC 20036 Accelerator Programs SNP Special Needs Plan Jump up ^ "What Is the Role of the Federal Medicare Actuary?," American Academy of Actuaries, January 2002 In paragraph (iv), we propose that with respect to requests for reimbursement submitted by Medicare beneficiaries, a Part D sponsor may not make payment to a beneficiary dependent upon the sponsor's acquisition of an active and valid individual prescriber NPI, unless there is an indication of fraud. If the sponsor is unable to retrospectively acquire an active and valid individual prescriber NPI, the sponsor may not seek recovery of any payment to the beneficiary solely on that basis.
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Medicare Education MyFlorida.com Maurie Backman Questions c. Specific Regulatory Changes OUR TEAM Seguro para inquilinos Section 422.752(a) lists certain violations for which CMS may impose sanctions (as specified in § 422.750(a)) on any MA organization with a contract. One violation, listed in paragraph (a)(13), is that the MA organization “(f)ails to comply with § 422.222 and 422.224, that requires the MA organization to ensure that providers and suppliers are enrolled in Medicare and not make payment to excluded or revoked individuals or entities.” We propose to revise paragraph (a)(13) to read: “Fails to comply with §§ 422.222 and 422.224, that requires the MA organization not to make payment to excluded individuals or entities, nor to individuals or entities on the preclusion list, defined in § 422.2.”
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