NASP Responds to CMS Call Letter

Mar 06, 2015 · Advocacy

NASP responded to the CMS 2016 Call Letter with concerns about the impact of narrow network strategies on Medicare Part D beneficiary access to specialty medications in the six protected classes. Specifically, NASP commented that a notice period of at least 60 days should be required when a preferred pharmacy is no longer in the network and that CMS should address the often inaccurate information about in-network specialty pharmacies on its Plan Finder web site.

Download NASP’s response letter