What's new for 2018 Provider payment rates Deletion of paragraph (e), which requires sponsoring organizations to provide translated materials in certain areas where there is a significant non-English speaking population. We propose to recodify these requirement as a general communication standard in §§ 422.2268 and 423.2268, at new paragraph (a)(7). As part of the redesignation of this requirement as a standard applicable to all communications and communication materials, we are also proposing revisions. First, we are proposing to revise the text so that it is stated as a prohibition on sponsoring organizations: For markets with a significant non-English speaking population, provide materials, as defined by CMS, unless in the language of these individuals. We propose adding the statement of “as defined by CMS” to the first sentence to allow the agency the ability to define the significant materials that would require translation. We propose deleting the word “marketing” so the second sentence now reads as “materials”, to make it clear that the updated section applies to the broader term of communications rather than the more narrow term of marketing.
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Including survey measures of physicians' experiences. (Currently, we measure beneficiaries' experiences with their health and drug plans through the CAHPS survey.) Physicians also interact with health and drug plans on a daily basis on behalf of their patients. We are considering developing a survey tool for collecting standardized information on physicians' experiences with health and drug plans and their services, and we would welcome comments.Start Printed Page 56378
Download Our Mobile App! Subscribe Now Log In Statements We do not believe our proposal in this section would impose any new burden on any stakeholder. Since Part D sponsors and their PBMs already have prescription drug pharmacy claims systems programmed to provide transition to plan enrollees in the outpatient setting, they would only have to make a technical change to these systems that consists of changing the required number of days' supply if it is not already 30 days. In addition, Part D sponsors and their PBMs would have to cease treating these enrollees in the LTC setting separately from enrollees in the outpatient setting for purposes of transition. We also do not believe this proposal would impose any new burden on LTC facilities and the pharmacies that serve them. If finalized, we believe this regulation would eliminate the additional time that LTC facilities and pharmacies have to transition Part D patients that we now believe they do not need to effectuate the transition.
Go Paperless MA-PDs would have the hold harmless provisions for highly-rated contracts applied for the overall rating. For an MA-PD that receives an overall rating of 4 stars or more without the use of the improvement measures and with all applicable adjustments (CAI and the reward factor), a comparison of the rounded overall rating with and without the improvement measures is done. The overall rating with the improvement measures used in the comparison would include up to two adjustments, the reward factor (if applicable) and the CAI. The overall rating without the improvement measures used in the comparison would include up to two adjustments, the reward factor (if applicable) and the CAI. The higher overall rating would be used for the overall rating. For an MA-PD that has an overall rating of 2 stars or less without the use of the improvement measure and with all applicable adjustments (CAI and the reward factor), the overall rating would exclude the improvement measure. For all others, the overall rating would include the improvement measure.
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Caymiska Baabuurka Directories Employers & Groups Employers We also clarify that, if the specialty tier has cost sharing more preferable than another tier, then a drug placed on such other non-preferred tier is eligible for a tiering exception down to the cost sharing applicable to the specialty tier if an applicable alternative drug is on the specialty tier and the other requirements of § 423.578(a) are met. In other words, while plans are not required to allow tiering exceptions for drugs on the specialty tier to a more preferable cost-sharing tier, the specialty tier is not exempt from being considered a preferred tier for purposes of tiering exceptions.
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Save Money Fourth, enrollees would be protected from higher cost-sharing under proposed paragraph (b)(5)(iv)(A), which would require Part D sponsors to offer the generic with the same or lower cost-sharing and the same or less restrictive utilization management criteria as the brand name drug.
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MD Proposed Rate Increase Law Additionally, we would likely consider each drug product with a unique 11-digit national drug code (NDC) separately for purposes of calculating the average rebate amount. PDE and rebate data submitted to CMS show that gross drug costs and rebate rates under a plan can vary even for the same drugs produced by the same manufacturer that are packaged differently and thus have different NDC-11 identifiers. Therefore, we believe that the average rebate amounts are more likely to be accurate when calculated based on the gross drug cost and rebate data at the 11-digit NDC level. We solicit comment on whether specifying such a requirement would also serve to ensure consistency in how average rebates are calculated across sponsors, which would make prices more comparable across Part D plans and enforcement easier.
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In this proposed rule, we are soliciting public comment on each of these issues for the following sections of this document that contain information collection requirements (ICRs).
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