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MENU Individuals and entities that were revoked from Medicare or, for unenrolled individuals and entities, had engaged in conduct that could serve as a basis for an applicable revocation prior to the effective date of this rule (if finalized) could, if the requirements of § 422.222(a) are met, be added to the preclusion list upon said effective date even though the underlying action (for instance, felony conviction) occurred prior to that date. The proposed payment denials under § 422.222(a), however, would only apply to health care items or services furnished on or after the date the individual or entity was added to the preclusion list; that is, payment denials would not be made retroactive to the date of the revocation or, for unenrolled individuals and entities, the conduct that could serve as a basis for an applicable revocation occurring before the effective date of the final rule. Likewise, health care items and services furnished by individuals and entities revoked from Medicare or engaging in conduct that could serve as a basis for an applicable revocation after the rule's effective date and that are subsequently added to the preclusion list would not be subject to retroactive payment denials under § 422.222(a); only the date on which the affected individual or entity is added to the preclusion list would be used to determine payment and the start date of payment denials under this proposal. We believe that this approach is the most consistent with principles of due process.
Allan Baumgarten, an independent health care analyst in St. Louis Park, said Cost plans have been a more profitable line of business for carriers than Medicare Advantage. Collectively, insurers earned more than $280 million in operating income from Cost plans over a three-year period, he said.
Section 202 of the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 (UMRA) also requires that agencies assess anticipated costs and benefits before issuing any rule whose mandates require spending in any 1 year of $100 million in 1995 dollars, updated annually for inflation. In 2017, that threshold is approximately $148 million. This proposed rule is not anticipated to have an effect on State, local, or tribal governments, in the aggregate, or on the private sector of $148 million or more.
This analysis looks at preliminary lowest-cost bronze, second lowest-cost silver, and lowest-cost gold premiums in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. (Our analyses from 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014 examined changes in premiums and participation in these states and major cities since the exchange markets opened nearly four years ago.) The second lowest-cost silver plan serves as the benchmark for premium tax credits (which subsidize premiums for low and modest income exchange enrollees) and is the only plan that offers reduced cost sharing for lower-income enrollees. About 63% of marketplace enrollees are in silver plans this year, and 29% are enrolled in bronze plans.
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