NASP Responds to CMS Call Letter

NASP Responds to CMS Call Letter

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.

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