That existing measures (currently existing or existing after a future rulemaking) used for Star Ratings would be updated with regular updates from the measure stewards through the process described for changes in and adoption of payment and risk adjustment policies in section 1853(b) of the Act when the changes are not substantive.
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We are not proposing any changes to the use of the term “marketing” in §§ 422.384, 422.504(a)(17), 422.504(d)(2)(vi), or 422.514, as those regulations use the term in a way that is consistent with the proposed definition of the term “marketing,” and the underlying requirements and standards do not need to be extended to all communications from an MA organization.
ElderLaw 101 (1) Written policies and procedures. A sponsor must document its drug management program in written policies and procedures that are approved by the applicable P&T committee and reviewed and updated as appropriate. These policies and procedures must address all aspects of the sponsor's drug management program, including but not limited to the following:
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As of January 1, 2016, Medicare's unfunded obligation over the 75 year timeframe is $3.8 trillion for the Part A Trust Fund and $28.6 trillion for Part B. Over an infinite timeframe the combined unfunded liability for both programs combined is over $50 trillion, with the difference primarily in the Part B estimate. These estimates assume that CMS will pay full benefits as currently specified over those periods though that would be contrary to current United States law. In addition, as discussed throughout each annual Trustees' report, "the Medicare projections shown could be substantially understated as a result of other potentially unsustainable elements of current law." For example, current law effectively provides no raises for doctors after 2025; that is unlikely to happen. It is impossible for actuaries to estimate unfunded liability other than assuming current law is followed (except relative to benefits as noted), the Trustees state "that actual long-range present values for (Part A) expenditures and (Part B/D) expenditures and revenues could exceed the amounts estimated by a substantial margin."
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Section 422.752(a) lists certain violations for which CMS may impose sanctions (as specified in § 422.750(a)) on any MA organization with a contract. One violation, listed in paragraph (a)(13), is that the MA organization “(f)ails to comply with § 422.222 and 422.224, that requires the MA organization to ensure that providers and suppliers are enrolled in Medicare and not make payment to excluded or revoked individuals or entities.” We propose to revise paragraph (a)(13) to read: “Fails to comply with §§ 422.222 and 422.224, that requires the MA organization not to make payment to excluded individuals or entities, nor to individuals or entities on the preclusion list, defined in § 422.2.”
McKinsey estimates that administrative costs exceed the amount that would be expected based on spending levels in other developed countries by 151 percent (Exhibit 6). See McKinsey Center for U.S. Health System Reform, “Accounting for the cost of U.S. health care: Pre-reform trends and the impact of the recession” (2011), available at https://healthcare.mckinsey.com/sites/default/files/793268__Accounting_for_the_Cost_of_US_Health_Care__Prereform_Trends_and_the_Impact_of_the_Recession.pdf. ↩
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The intent of the proposed passive enrollment regulatory authority is to better promote integrated care and continuity of care—including with respect to Medicaid coverage—for dually eligible beneficiaries. As such, we would implement this authority in consultation with the state Medicaid agencies that are contracting with these plan sponsors for provision of Medicaid benefits.
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In section II.B.1. of this rule, we are proposing to codify the requirements for open enrollment and disenrollment opportunities at §§ 422.60, 422.62, 422.68, 423.38, and 423.40 that would eliminate the existing MADP and establish a MA Open Enrollment Period (OEP). This new OEP revises a previous OEP which would allow MA-enrolled individuals the opportunity to make a one-time election during the first 3 months of the calendar year to switch MA plans, or disenroll from an MA plan and obtain coverage through Original Medicare. Although no new data would be collected, the burden associated with this requirement would be the time and effort that it takes an MA organization to process an increased number of enrollment and disenrollment requests by individuals using this OEP, which is first available in 2019.
About eHealth Medicare (B) Upon receipt of a pharmacy claim or beneficiary request for reimbursement for a Part D drug that a Part D sponsor would otherwise be required to reject or deny in accordance with paragraphs (c)(6)(i) or (ii) of this section, a Part D sponsor or its PBM must do the following: (1) Provide the beneficiary with the following, subject to all other Part D rules and plan coverage requirements:
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