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Medicare’s popular prescription-drug program now serves more than 35 million people, but the names of prescribers and the drugs they choose have never previously been public … Until now.

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Clarifying Some NPI Number Mis-Understandings

The NPI Number: What is is – How it works?

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The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is a HIPAA Administrative Simplification Standard that provides a unique identification for covered health care providers, all health plans and health care clearinghouses.  The NPI must be used in administrative and financial transactions adopted under HIPAA and with one identifying number will simplify security and allow greater protection or encryption of the provider number.  The NPI can be used to identify the health care provider on prescriptions, COB between health care plans, inpatient medical record systems, program integrity files, and other areas.

Dependent on his/her medical practice, the provider can obtain an individual or group NPI; however, there are situations where an individual NPI number is required such as with the submission of pharmacy and lab claims.  The NPI remains with the provider regardless of job or location change.  NPI will eventually be the standard identifier for all e-prescribing under Medicare Part D.

A Ten Digit Number

The NPI is a ten digit, intelligence-free numeric identifier with a check digit in the last position to help detect keying errors.  If there is a security breach, the number in itself cannot identify the protected health organization.  The use of one identifier with a check digit simplifies encryption of this number when transmitted electronically and thereby enhances security.

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HIPAA also requires that employers have standard national numbers that identify them on standard transactions.  The Employer Identification Number (EIN), issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) was selected as the identifier for employers.  This number is used as a Federal tax identification number for the means of identifying any business entity and for the purpose of reporting employment taxes.  The EIN number should be protected as a social security number is.

ITL and NIST

Both the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) are involved in the development of technical, physical, administrative, and management standards and guidelines for cost-effective security and privacy of sensitive unclassified information in federal computer systems.  These standards and guidelines can be applied to the management of medical IT.

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Additional reference material for NPI can be found at: www.cms.gov/nationalprovidentstand.

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Understanding Hierarchical Condition Category Management for MAPs

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So called Hierarchical Condition Category Management (HCCM) is an emerging healthcare management trend designed to accurately reflect the health status of Medicare Advantage Plan [MAP] members and to help them remain financially viable in Part D of the system.

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Since the Medicare risk adjustment payment system uses clinical coding information to calculate risk premiums for Medicare Managed Care Organizations (MMCOs), HCCM seems best to address the following:

  • CMS risk adjustment system.
  • Strategic and financial implications for Medicare plans.

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Any initiatives required to effectively managed care under a risk adjustment payment system is ripe for HCCM and the key success factors associated with these initiatives.

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Medicare Beneficiaries Whose High Prescription Drug Costs Have Put Them in the Medicare Part D Donut Hole to Receive $250 Rebate Checks as a Result of the Affordable Care Act

WASHINGTON – The next round of more than 300,000 eligible seniors who have entered the Medicare Part D “donut hole” this year have been mailed their tax-free, one time rebate check for $250, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced recently. These one-time rebate checks are the first step in closing the prescription drug coverage gap under the Affordable Care Act. The first round of checks were distributed in the middle of June. As qualifying Medicare recipients “fall into the donut hole,” they will be sent a rebate check by Medicare.

“Seniors and other Medicare recipients in the Medicare donut hole are struggling to afford the medications they need and their basic living expenses. Seventy percent of our first round of these $250 rebate checks were cashed within a week of eligible Medicare recipients receiving them; so, we know that folks really need some help,” said Secretary Sebelius. “The Affordable Care Act starts to close the donut hole this year, giving much-needed relief to millions of seniors. In 2011, the Affordable Care Act takes an additional step for Medicare beneficiaries in the donut hole by providing them with a 50 percent discount on their brand name medications. Every year from 2012 until 2020, the Affordable Care Act will take progressive steps to close the donut hole.” 

“Seniors also need to know that they will just receive their check at their usual address – they don’t have to take any extra steps,” said Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Deputy Administrator and Director for the Center for Medicare, Jonathan Blum. “And they should never give out their personal information. If someone asks for your personal Medicare information over the phone who isn’t a trusted resource like Medicare, please don’t provide it. Seniors or family members should contact us at 1-800-MEDICARE to report any of these types of calls or go to www.stopmedicarefraud.gov to learn more about efforts to fight fraud and scams against seniors.”

On Thursday, July 8th, at 2:00 p.m., HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius joined local officials in Manchester, N.H., for a forum with senior citizens to discuss the rebate checks and other benefits of the Affordable Care Act as well as efforts to fight Medicare fraud.

The $250 checks are being mailed to those Medicare beneficiaries who entered the Medicare Part D donut hole, also known as the coverage gap, in the second quarter of 2010 and are not eligible for Medicare Extra Help (also known as the low-income subsidy or LIS) or enrolled in a qualified retiree prescription drug plan. The donut hole is the period in the prescription drug benefit in which the beneficiary pays 100 percent of the cost of their drugs until they reach the catastrophic coverage phase.

About Medicare Extra Help

Medicare Extra Help provides assistance to seniors so they don’t face higher costs or a coverage gap in their prescription drug coverage. Qualifying Medicare beneficiaries who entered the donut hole in the first quarter of 2010 who were not eligible for Medicare Extra Help received a check in the first round of rebates mailed June 10th. Going forward, a check for qualifying beneficiaries newly reaching the donut hole in 2010 will be mailed monthly.

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More information about the “donut hole” rebate checks, please contact www.HealthCare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE. For further questions about Extra Help (or the LIS) benefit under Part D, please contact the Social Security Administration at www.ssa.gov.

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The Deficit Reduction Act (DRA), S. 1932, was signed by President Bush on February 8, 2006, and became Public Law No. 109-171.  Implementation of the act includes these provisions:

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Subtitle A – Provisions Relating to Medicare Part A

  • hospital quality improvement (section 5001);
  • improvements to Medicare-dependent hospital (MDH) programs (section 5003);
  • reduction in payments to skilled nursing facilities (SNFs; section 5004);
  • phase-in of inpatient rehabilitation facility classification criteria (section 5005);
  • development of a strategic plan regarding investment in specialty hospitals (section 5006);
  • demonstration projects to permit gain-sharing arrangements (section 5007); and
  • post-acute care payment reform demonstration programs (section 5008).

Subtitle B  Provisions Relating to Medicare Part B

  • title transfer of certain durable medical equipment (DME) to patients after 13-month rental (section 5101);
  • adjustments in payment for imaging services (section 5102);
  • limitations on payments for procedures in ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs; section 5103);
  • minimum updates for physician services (section 5104);
  • three-year extension of hold-harmless provisions for small rural hospitals and sole community hospitals (section 5105);
  • updates on composite rate components of basic care-mix adjusted prospective payment systems (PPS) for dialysis services (section 5106);
  • accelerated implementation of income-related reductions in Part B premium subsidy (section 5111);
  • Medicare coverage of ultrasound screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms; National Educational And Information Campaign (section 5112);
  • improvements to patient access and utilization of colorectal cancer screening under Medicare (section 5113);
  • delivery of services at federally qualified health centers (FQHC) (section 5114); and
  • waiver of Part B Late Enrollment Penalty for certain international volunteers (section 5115).

Subtitle C – Provisions Relating To Parts A and B

  • home health payments (section 5201);
  • revision of period for providing payment for claims that are not submitted electronically (section 5202);
  • timeframe for Part A and B payments (section 5203); and
  • Medicare Integrity Program (MIP) funding (section 5204).

Subtitle D – Provisions Relating To Part C

  • phase-out of risk adjustment budget neutrality in determining payments to Medicare Advantage organizations (section 5301); and
  • Rural PACE Provider Grant Programs (section 5302).[1]

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Part D Payer Shares of Prescriptions Dispensed Rise

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The shares of all prescriptions dispensed covered by Medicare Part D rose by at least three percentage points, between midyear 2007 and midyear 2009, in each of eight major drug classes profiled.

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The largest percentage increases over this period were in the osteoporosis (to 26.9% in 2009 from 20.5% in 2007) and anti-platelet (to 28.4% from 22.5%) markets as of September 9, 2009.

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