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Important Medicare Part D Update – Key Changes to Part D in 2016 Affecting Pharmacies Start on January 1, 2016
Jan 04, 2016
IPC is providing information on key changes to Part D for 2016, including Prescriber Independentification & Enrollment deadlines, Part D MAC Updates, Fraud, Waste & Abuse Prevention Training and more.
Network Adequacy Model Law Approved at NAIC National Meeting
Nov 24, 2015
During last weekend’s NAIC national meeting, a model state law on network adequacy was approved. IPC expects this model to be introduced as legislation in several states in 2016.
Network Adequacy Model Law Poised for Approval
Nov 20, 2015
IPC’s Government Relations Team expects this model to be introduced as legislation in several states in 2016.
FDA Extends Track-and-Trace Compliance Deadline Again
Nov 06, 2015
The FDA again delayed the enforcement of product tracing requirements for pharmacies under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act of the Drug Quality and Security Act, noting that March 1, 2016 will be the new effective date. The requirements took effect on July 1, but FDA noted at the time that it would not enforce the act until Nov. 1.
Medicare Part D Open Enrollment Information
Oct 26, 2015
Medicare beneficiaries should to be reviewing their 2016 Medicare Part D plan choices now as the Open Enrollment Period (OEP) for beneficiaries runs from October 15 to December 7, 2015. NCPA has created resources to prepare and help you in assisting your patients.
Upcoming FDA DSCSA Nov. 1 Deadline
Oct 26, 2015
Beginning November 1, 2015, DSCSA requires dispensers to track and receive lot-level documentation on every product they purchase and this transactional product documentation must be retained for six years. The original enforcement date was July 1, 2015.