CMS Seeks Stakeholder Feedback About Medicare Transaction Facilitator Services for the Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program by November 13: Inflation Reduction Act Updates
The Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program
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Key questions solicit design input regarding interoperability, security, and single or dual MTFs, as well as experience communicating with pharmacy switches and 340B covered entity TPAs.
CMS seeks stakeholder feedback regarding both the immediate functionality needs to implement the MFP for the 10 Part D drugs selected for price applicability year 2026 and the ability to later implement the MFP for Part B drugs and biologicals.
Next Steps for Stakeholders
Stakeholders must submit responses by 11:00 a.m. ET on November 13, 2023, to Benjamin Stidham at IRARebateandNegotiation@cms.hhs.gov with “MTF RFI” in the response email's subject line, in a format readable in Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF, and containing the information in the format specified in the RFI to be considered by CMS.
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