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Search Medications When consolidations involve two or more contracts for health and/or drug services of the same plan type under the same parent organization combining into a single contract at the start of a contract year, we propose to calculate the QBP rating for that first year following the consolidation using the enrollment-weighted mean, using traditional rounding rules, of what would have been the QBP ratings of the surviving and consumed contracts using the contract enrollment in November of the year the Star Ratings were released. In November of each year following the release of the ratings on Medicare Plan Finder, the preliminary QBP ratings are displayed in the Health Plan Management System (HPMS) for the year following the Star Ratings year. For example, the first year the consolidated entity is in operation is plan year 2020; the 2020 QBP rating displayed in HPMS in November 2018 would be based on the 2019 Star Ratings (which are released in October 2018) and calculated using the weighted mean of the November 2018 enrollment of the surviving and consumed contracts. Because the same parent organization is involved in these situations, we believe that many administrative processes and procedures are identical in the Medicare health plans offered by the sponsoring organization, and using a weighted mean of what would have been their QBP ratings accurately reflects their performance for payment purposes. In subsequent years after the first year following the consolidation, QBPs status would be determined based on the consolidated entity's Star Rating posted on Medicare Plan Finder. Under our proposal, the measure, domain, summary, and in the case of MA-PD plans the overall Star Ratings posted on Medicare Plan Finder for the second year following consolidation would be based on the enrollment-weighted measure scores so would include data from all contracts involved. Consequently, the ratings used for QBP status determinations would reflect the care provided by both the surviving and consumed contracts.
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