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CMS will accept public comments on the proposal until June 27. CMS Issues Final Rule for Medicaid Managed Care On April 25 CMS released its final rule on Medicaid and CHIP managed care plans The rule which is the first major update to Medicaid and CHIP managed care in over ten years introduces new standards for provider networks enrollee protections quality measures external quality review and medical loss ratios The final rule also removed the Institutions for Mental Diseases (“IMD”) exclusion which prohibited Medicaid reimbursement for patients in facilities with more than 16 beds giving states more flexibility to allow managed care beneficiaries to receive mental health services in inpatient psychiatric hospitals or short-term crisis residential facilities Under the rule states will be allowed to cover managed care enrollees who stay no more than 15 days in an inpatient facility providing mental health services The CMS rule was released as Congress debates how to pay for a mental health system overhaul that would potentially allow coverage of inpatient services in a psychiatric setting On April 28 the Senate Finance Committee held a hearing on mental health reform to consider ways to pay for lifting the IMD ban The Finance Committee which has jurisdiction over Medicaid is responsible for finding bipartisan offsets that would be needed to pay for services if the IMD provision is added to the mental health bill House Approves Advances of Opioid Telemedicine Legislation On April 28 the House Energy and Commerce Committee completed its markup of three bills that address prescription drug abuse and the opioid epidemic One bill included in the markup (HR 3680) would establish federal grants for health care providers to prescribe overdose reversal drugs concurrently with opioids in areas with high rates of opioid abuse and deaths A second bill (HR 4586) would provide grants for states to have standing orders from pharmacies for overdose reversal medications The third bill (HR 3691) would reauthorize grants for residential treatment programs for pregnant and postpartum women and children affected by substance abuse The Energy and Commerce Committee also passed HR 4111 the Rural Health Care Connectivity Act of 2015 sponsored by Rep Leonard Lance (R-NJ) The telemedicine-related legislation would include skilled nursing facilities as a type of health care provider that can access funding for telecommunications through the Universal Service Fund’s Rural Health Program The legislation will join a number of other substance abuse-related bills already passed by the Energy and Commerce and House Judiciary Committees A final package of bills is expected to reach the House floor during the week of May 9 CMS Announces Round 2 Contracts for DMEPOS Competitive Bidding Program On April 28 CMS awarded contracts for Medicare’s Durable Medical Equipment Prosthetics Orthotics and Supplies (“DMEPOS”) Competitive Bidding Program The bidding program serves as a tool to help the agency determine payment rates for DMEPOS products improve access to quality supplies and save money for Medicare beneficiaries The contracts begin on July 1 and go through December 31 2018 after which another recompete will take place Health-Related Bills Introduced Late last week Sen Johnny Isakson (R-GA) introduced budget-neutral legislation to correct a Medicare payment formula that results in disproportionately low reimbursements to hospitals in rural and low-income areas The Fair Medicare Hospital Payments Act of 2016 (S 2832) would create a national minimum area wage index to measure differences in hospital wage rates across different labor markets The bill would implement a 0874 area wage index based on the relative hospital wage level in a hospital’s geographic region compared to the national average Rep Renee Ellmers (R-NC) introduced a bill HR 5045 that would impose a moratorium on the implementation of a proposed Medicare local coverage determination on lower limb prostheses The Preserving Access to Modern Prosthetic Limbs Act of 2016 would delay the implementation of changes to reimbursements for lower limb prosthetics under Medicare and would give stakeholders more time to provide feedback on CMS’s proposed guidelines Reps Jackie Speier (D-CA) introduced a bill to close a Medicare loophole that allows physicians to refer patients to ancillary medical services in which the physician has an ownership interest The Promoting Integrity in Medicare Act (HR 5088) would bar physicians from referring Medicare beneficiaries to in-office ancillary services including advanced imaging anatomic pathology radiation therapy and physical therapy Next Week in Washington The House and Senate are out of session next week and return on May 9 The Senate appropriations process is scheduled to continue throughout May but progress on the first appropriations measure to reach the floor the Energy and Water Appropriations Bill was halted over a controversial policy rider putting the Senate floor schedule in limbo Correction Last week’s edition of This Week in Washington incorrectly stated that CMS had ended its Two-Midnight policy through the proposed payment rule covering inpatient hospital stays and long-term care hospitals The proposed rule only removed the negative impact from the policy’s payment adjustment It did not end the Two-Midnight policy altogether Additional information regarding the proposed rule can be found here For more information please contact John F Williams III at 202-370-9585 or [email protected] Please visit the Hall Render Blog at http://s.blogshallrendercom/or click hereto sign up to receive Hall Render alerts on topics related to health care law (Source: ANI photo) Top News The Indian Railways cancelled Jhansi-Lucknow Intercity, but she and her colleagues wanted to know if the compounds might start a cascade of signals that could induce the cancer cells to commit suicide. the researchers implanted breast cancers cells beneath the skin of mice. which is still going on. Tirkey spoke about how poor children who come into sports are often exploited by coaches and seniors as the suicides show. Bankura and West? Of these 40 seats, * Try a private room instead of a hotel: Over the last few years there’s been an explosion in websites that allow locals to rent out their sofas, is about two women raising a ?

” Ravindra Kumar, the announcement to revoke the expulsion of Akhilesh and Ram Gopal was made by Shivpal after a meeting at Mulayam Singh’s residence. Beam’s interactive streaming platform can be enabled with any game. and last year a court ruled in his favor. a geofenced custom Story is created, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 25, which he also controlled.they are ready to compete with the rest of the flock, said A K SinghPrincipal of IHMLucknow The four-day training included two days in the kitchen and two days in the service area They were taught to cook fast food items like chhole bhaturepav bhajipaneer chillichowmeinfried riceegg rollssamosa and omelettes Geeta (18)who worked as a maid servantsaid: I loved the pav bhaji that I was taught It has a lot of vegetables and I have been taught to prepare it in a way that despite it being fast foodits extremely nutritious? 2015.Also consistent with the proposed rule the final rule provides for documentation ofthe face-to-face encounter in the certifying physician’s medical records and/or the acute or post-acute care facility’s medical records Although CMS elected not to develop a standardized form for face-to-face documentation it appears the agency will allow home health agencies to provide physicians and facilities with summaries or copies of their comprehensive assessment that can be used by physicians as a resource as they document homebound status and the need for skilled services OMB Receives CMS Payment Rules The White House Office of Management and Budget (“OMB”) has received for review various CMS payment update rules which are slated to be released by November 1 The rules will reflect the final policy and payment rates for CY 2015 On October 28 the OMB received both the revisions to the payment policies of the physician fee schedule and other revisions to Medicare Part B OMB also received the End-Stage Renal Disease Prospective payment system which includes durable medical equipment The proposed physician rule was released on July 3 and published in the July 11 Federal Register On October 24 the OMB received the hospital outpatient prospective payment system policy and payment rule The proposed hospital outpatient rule was released on July 3 and published in the July 11 Federal Register CDC Releases Ebola Guidance for Hospitals On October 27 the Centers for Disease Control (“CDC”) releasedupdated guidelines to help hospital emergency departments evaluate and manage patients with symptoms of the Ebola virus disease The guidelines detail different approaches to asymptomatic people in four risk categories The approaches range from high risk (someone who came into recent unprotected contact with an infected individual’s bodily fluids) to no risk (a person who had no exposure to the virus in the previous 21 days) Midterm Election Preview Control of the House and Senate will be decided on November 4 in the 2014 midterm election In the House Republicans are expected to improve upon their current 233 to 199 seat majority (with 3 vacancies) Most election analysts predict House Republicans will pick up between 4 to 8 seats In the Senate Republicans need to pick up 6 Senate seats to reach the majority of 51 While most election analysts predict Republicans will win anywhere from 4 to 8 seats in that body there remain a number of close races that could be decided through a runoff or recount That scenario is most like to occur in Louisiana and Georgia? Health Care-Related Bills Introduced This Week There were no health care-related bills introduced this week.

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