93. Section 423.2022 is amended by— Total 101,012 0 0 33,670.7 Edit links If deficit spending can't safely finance Medicare-for-all, then the alternative would have to include large federal tax increases. Reversing the recent tax cuts wouldn’t go far enough. Nor would returning tax rates to those that prevailed under President Bill Clinton.
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Furthermore, we are proposing to codify that an at-risk beneficiary will have an election opportunity if their dual- or LIS-eligible status changes, that is, if they gain, lose or have a change in the level of the subsidy assistance. Also, if a beneficiary is eligible for another election period (for example, AEP, OEP, or other SEP), this SEP limitation would not prohibit the individual from making an election. This proposed provision, by creating a limitation for dually- and other LIS-eligible at-risk beneficiaries after the initial notification, would decrease sponsor burden in processing disenrollment and enrollment requests for dual- and LIS-eligible beneficiaries who wish to change plans.
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About Blue We believe the proposed changes will result in a reduction of burden to Part D plan sponsors since they will have additional time to adjudicate requests for payment. We also expect a reduction in burden for the independent review entity (IRE) since the additional time for Part D plan sponsors to process these requests will result in fewer untimely payment redeterminations that must be auto-forwarded to the IRE. Based on recent program data, about 2,000 retrospective payment redetermination cases are auto-forwarded to the Part D IRE each plan year. If the proposed 14-day timeframe for payment redeterminations is implemented, we estimate that about 75 percent of the payment redetermination cases that are currently auto-forwarded to the Part D IRE due to the plan not being able to meet the adjudication timeframe will not be auto-forwarded under the 14 day timeframe; the longer timeframe will afford Part D plan sponsors an additional 7 days to process a payment request, including obtaining necessary supporting documentation, and to notify the enrollee of its decision. As a result, overall plan sponsor burden will be reduced by not having to auto-forward about 1,500 payment redetermination cases to the Part D IRE in a given plan year and the Part D IRE's workload will be reduced by the same number of cases. We estimate that it takes Part D plan sponsors an average of 15 minutes (0.25 hours) to assemble and forward a case file to the IRE, for an estimated savings of 375 hours (1500 cases × 0.25 hours). Using an adjusted hourly wage of $34.66 based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics May 2016 Web site for occupation code 43-9199, “All other office and administrative support workers,” (based on a mean hourly salary of $17.33, which when multiplied by a factor of two to include overhead, and fringe benefits, resulting in $34.66 an hour) the total estimated savings to plans is $12,998 (375 hours × $34.66). Since the proposed changes involve requests for payment where the enrollee has already received the drug, we do not believe the proposed changes will impose undue burden on enrollees.
Example: Keeping with the example above, John turns 65 in May. His Part D IEP is the same 7-month period surrounding his 65th birthday as his Part B IEP. His IEP is from February to August. John’s Part D coverage cannot start before his Part A and/or B begins. If John enrolls in Part D:
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When developing premiums for 2017, insurers had more information than they did in prior years, especially regarding the risk profile of the market as a whole. After more moderate premium increases in 2015 and 2016, premiums increased by 22 percent on average in 2017,8 reflecting that, in many areas, experience was worse than projected. If the assumptions underlying 2017 premiums better reflect actual 2017 experience and if the risk pool is expected to be stable, then the high 2017 premium increases would be more of a one-time adjustment. If on the other hand a deterioration or improvement in the risk pools is expected, upward or downward pressure on 2018 premiums would result, respectively.
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You can apply through Social Security in the following ways: Ambulatory services An alternative method of ensuring beneficiaries have access to opioids as necessary would be to require the sponsor immediately provide a transfer to a new provider when the first provider is on the preclusion list. The new provider should be able to make an assessment and either provide appropriate SUD treatment or continue the opioid or pain management regimen, as medically appropriate. We are interested to hear from commenters how to operationalize this and whether there is a better method to ensure appropriate medication is provided without transferring the beneficiary to a new provider. We are proposing a 90-day provisional coverage period in lieu of a 3-month drug supply/90-day time period established in existing § 423.120(c)(6), which was described on page 6 in the Technical Guidance on Implementation of the Part D Prescriber Enrollment Requirement (Technical Guidance) issued on December 29, 2015. Under the existing regulation (which, as noted above, we have not enforced), a sponsor or MA-PD must track a separate 90-day consecutive time period for each drug covered as a provisional supply from the initial date-of-service; the sponsor or MA-PD must not reject a claim or deny a beneficiary's request for reimbursement until the 90-day time period has passed or a 3-month supply has been dispensed, whichever comes first. Under our proposal, however, a beneficiary would have one 90-day provisional coverage period with respect to an individual on the preclusion list. Accordingly, a sponsor/PBM would track one 90-day time period from the date the first drug is dispensed to the beneficiary pursuant to a prescription written by the individual on the preclusion list. This dispensing event would trigger a written notice and a 90-day time period for the beneficiary to fill any prescriptions from that particular precluded prescriber and to find another prescriber during that 90-day time period.
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Beneficiaries who have been enrolled in a plan by CMS or a state (that is, through processes such as auto enrollment, facilitated enrollment, passive enrollment, default enrollment (seamless conversion), or reassignment), would be allowed a separate, additional use of the SEP, provided that their eligibility for the SEP has not been limited consistent with section 1860D-1(b)(3)(D) of the Act, as amended by CARA. These beneficiaries would still have a period of time before the election takes effect to opt out and choose their own plan or they would be able to use the SEP to make an election within 2 months of the assignment effective date. Once a beneficiary has made an election (either prior to or after the effective date) it would be considered “used” and no longer would be available. If a beneficiary wants to change plans after 2 months, he or she would have to use the onetime annual election opportunity discussed previously, provided that it has not been used yet. If that election has been used, the beneficiary would have to wait until they are eligible for another election period to make a change.Start Printed Page 56375
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++ National Drug Code (NDC). The PQA updates NDC lists biannually, usually in January and July. Part B is medical insurance. (A) For the annual development of the CAI, the distribution of the percentages for LIS/DE and disabled using the enrollment data that parallels the previous Star Ratings year's data would be examined to determine the number of equal-sized initial groups for each attribute (LIS/DE and disabled).
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