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To implement the changes required by the Cures Act, we propose the following revisions: We assume, based on past experience with OMS, that about 61 percent of at-risk beneficiaries may reduce prescriptions for frequently abused drugs and will no longer meet the clinical criteria. This means that prescriber and pharmacy lock-in would impact the remaining 39 percent of at-risk beneficiaries or 39 percent × 33,000 at-risk beneficiaries = 12,870 at-risk beneficiaries. We estimate that the average number of scripts per year on frequently abused drugs for those at-risk beneficiaries is about 48 and the average cost per script is about $106 in 2016. Our data show that those beneficiaries who would meet the proposed criteria for identification as an at-risk beneficiary and have a limitation placed on their access to opioids, have 4 opioids scripts per month on average. OACT anticipates between 10 and 30 percent reduction in prescriptions for frequently abused drugs would be possible through drug management programs and picked the average, 20 percent. Therefore, we believe there could be a 20 percent reduction in the prescriptions for frequently abused drugs for those 12,870 beneficiaries, resulting in a projected savings of about $13 million to Medicare in 2019.
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Montana - MT We propose that under the proposed clinical guidelines, prescribers associated with the same single Tax Identification Number (TIN) be counted as a single prescriber. This is consistent with the current policy under which we have found that such prescribers are typically in the same group practice that is coordinating the care of the patients served by it. Thus, it is appropriate to count such prescribers as one, so as not to identify beneficiaries who are not at-risk.
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Table 17 compares the estimated administrative costs related to the MLR reporting requirements under the current regulation and under this proposed rule. As indicated, this proposed rule estimates that MA organizations and Part D sponsors will spend on average 36 hours per MA or Part D contract on administrative work, compared to 47 hours per contract under the current rule. We estimate the average cost per hour of MLR reporting using wage data for computer and information systems managers, as we believe that the tasks associated with MLR reporting generally fall within the fields of data processing, computer programming, information systems, and systems analysis. Based on computer and information systems managers wage Start Printed Page 56473data from BLS, we estimate that MA organizations and Part D sponsors would incur annual MLR reporting costs of approximately $5,045 per contract on average under our proposal, as opposed to $6,587 per contract under the current regulations. Consequently, the proposed changes would, on average, reduce the annual administrative costs by $1,542 per contract. Across all MA and Part D contracts, we estimate that the proposed changes would reduce the annual administrative burden related to MLR reporting by 6,457 hours, resulting in a savings of $904,884.