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  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Sends Clear Message to Plans - - - Stop Hiding Information from Patients

    Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Sends Clear Message to Plans: Stop Hiding Information from Patients




    Part of the continued roll-out of American Patients First, CMS sends letter to Part D plans explaining that gag clauses that keep patients from knowing how to get the best deal are completely unacceptable



    (May 17, 2018) - - Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) sent a letter to companies that provide Medicare prescription drug coverage in Part D explaining that so-called “gag clauses” are unacceptable, as part of the Administration-wide “American Patients First” initiative to lower prescription drug costs. In Part D, Medicare pays prescription drug plans to cover medicines, which beneficiaries buy at a pharmacy. Gag clauses are provisions in contracts that insurance plans and their pharmacy benefit managers enter into with p
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    Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Sends Clear Message to Plans - - - Stop Hiding Information from Patients
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    Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Sends Clear Message to Plans: Stop Hiding Information from Patients




    Part of the continued roll-out of American Patients First, CMS sends letter to Part D plans explaining that gag clauses that keep patients from knowing how to get the best deal are completely unacceptable



    (May 17, 2018) - - Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) sent a letter to companies that provide Medicare prescription drug coverage in Part D explaining that so-called “gag clauses” are unacceptable, as part of the Administration-wide “American Patients First” initiative to lower prescription drug costs. In Part D, Medicare pays prescription drug plans to cover medicines, which beneficiaries buy at a pharmacy. Gag clauses are provisions in contracts that insurance plans and their pharmacy benefit managers enter into with p
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    05-18-2018, 04:03 AM

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