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Articles written by our licensed insurance agents The effective date of our proposed provisions in § 423.120(c)(5) would be 60 days after the publication of a final rule. The effective date of our proposed revisions to § 423.120(c)(6) would be January 1, 2019.
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Compliance Officers 13-1041 33.77 33.77 67.54 Further, we are interested in public comment on whether this approach would be clearer for Part D sponsors to follow than the requirements in place today, which require Part D sponsors to assess which types of pharmacy payment adjustments fall under the reasonably determined exception. We are interested in public comment on whether providing such additional clarity and thus limiting the need for interpretation of the requirements by Part D sponsors would improve consistency in the application of the requirements regarding pharmacy price concessions across sponsors, as well as reducing sponsor burden in terms of the resources necessary to ensure compliance in the absence of clear guidance. In addition, we welcome feedback on whether the change we describe here would improve the quality of pricing information available across Part D plans and thus improve market competition and cost-efficiency under Part D.
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54. Section 422.2480 is amended— 124. Section 498.5 is amended by adding paragraph (n) to read as follows: Providers & Facilities
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Terms and Conditions 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.
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(7) Contact information for other organizations that can provide the beneficiary with assistance regarding the sponsor's drug management program.
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Articles by Topic Large Groups Home Infusion Therapy Assistance programs How to change plans SHRM Foundation Given that this provision allows an at-risk identification to carry forward to the next plan, we believe it is appropriate to propose to permit a gaining plan to provide the second notice to an at-risk beneficiary so identified by the most recent prior plan sooner than would otherwise be required. For the same reasons, we believe that it would be appropriate to permit the gaining plan to even send the beneficiary a combined initial and second notice, under certain circumstances. However, because the content of the initial notice would not be appropriate for an at-risk beneficiary, and because such beneficiary would have already received an initial notice from his or her immediately prior plan sponsor, the content of this combined notice should only consist of the required content for the second notice so as not to confuse the beneficiary. Thus, our interpretation of section 1860D-4(c)(5)(B)(iv)(II) of the Act in conjunction with section 1860D-4(c)(5)(C)(i)(II) of the Act is that a gaining Part D sponsor may send the second notice immediately to a beneficiary for whom the sponsor received a notice upon the beneficiary's enrollment that the beneficiary was identified as an at-risk beneficiary under the prescription drug plan in which the beneficiary was most recently enrolled and such identification had not been terminated upon disenrollment. This is consistent with our current policy under which a gaining sponsor may immediately implement a beneficiary-specific opioid POS claim edit, if the gaining sponsor is notified that the beneficiary was subject to such an edit in the immediately prior plan and such edit had not been terminated.
Indicators Although sponsors must still monitor FDRs and implement corrective actions when mistakes are found, we believe that they are currently already doing this. Therefore no additional burden complementing the reduction in burden is anticipated from this proposal to eliminate the CMS training.
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We also propose to revise § 423.153 by adding a new paragraph (f) about drug management programs for which the introductory sentence would read: “(f) Drug Management Programs. A drug management program must meet all the following requirements.” Thus, the requirements that a Part D plan sponsor must meet to operate a drug management program would be codified in various provisions under subsection § 423.153(f).
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Unclaimed Property Consumer 7,900 70,000 977 SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Because we propose to integrate the CARA Part D drug management program provisions with the current policy and codify them both, we describe the current policy in section II.A.1.c.(1) of this proposed rule, noting where our proposal incorporates changes to the current policy in order to comply with CARA and achieve operational consistency. Where we do not note a change, our intent is to codify the current policy, and we seek specific comment as to whether we have overlooked any feature of the current policy that should be codified. CMS communications regarding the current policy can be found at the CMS Web site, “Improving Drug Utilization Review Controls in Part D” at https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Prescription-Drug-Coverage/PrescriptionDrugCovContra/RxUtilization.html.
In section II.B.5. of this rule, we are proposing to narrow the definition of “marketing materials” under §§ 422.2260 and 423.2260 to only include materials and activities that aim to influence enrollment decisions. We believe the proposed definitions appropriately safeguard potential and current MA/PDP enrollees from inappropriate steering of beneficiary choice, while not including materials that pose little risk to current or potential enrollees and are not traditionally considered “marketing.” Revisions to §§ 422.2260 and 423.2260 would provide a narrower definition than is currently provided for “marketing materials.” Consequently, this change decreases the number of marketing materials that must be reviewed by CMS before use. Additionally, the proposal would more specifically outline the materials that are and are not considered marketing materials.