Walgreens says it met state 2/3rds of the way on Medicaid reimbursements (The Delaware Business Ledger)

Walgreens says it met state 2/3rds of the way on Medicaid reimbursements (The Delaware Business Ledger)
Walgreens restarted the war of words with the state of Delaware, claiming it had gone more than halfway in negotiations with the State of Delaware over new Medicaid pharmacy rates by previously agreeing to accept nearly two-thirds of the rate cut proposed by the state.
Source: www.ledgerdelaware.com

[Guidance Overview] CMS Updates Mandatory Insurer Reporting Requirements and User Guide
Excerpt: “The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has revised its guidance on new data-reporting obligations for group health plans (GHPs) and their insurers and third party administrators (TPAs) that were effective January 1, 2009. . . . The rules will require insurers, third party administrators (TPAs) and a plan administrator or fiduciary of a self-insured/self-administered group health plan to collect data for certain classes of participants and beneficiaries — including Social Security Numbers (SSNs) or Medicare Health Insurance Claim Numbers (HICNs) — and electronically file the information with Medicare in accordance with detailed rules established by CMS.” (The Segal Group, Inc.)
Source: www.segalco.com

Proposed care cuts prompt fight – Raleigh News & Observer
Two distinct narratives are at war in a controversy over whether North Carolina should cut as much as $100 million over two years from in-home care for older and disabled people. Called personal care services, the program cost the state more than …
Source: www.newsobserver.com

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