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MERCER GOVERNMENT NEWSLETTER - JANUARY 2019

Mercer has been partnering with states and other stakeholder organizations for over 34 years to support health care programs for the low-income and most vulnerable populations in this country. We continue to face an unprecedented environment of uncertainty and change in the Medicaid and CHIP programs, and yet, there is a need to keep moving forward. Please take a minute to read these five insightful articles as we help you with what comes next.
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Reactions to CMS' Proposed Regulatory Changes

The year ended with proposed changes to the Medicaid and CHIP managed care regulations that were last updated in 2016. CMS, learning from its previous implementation and taking feedback from their state partners...

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What’s Trending: The PBM Spread

As the cost of the pharmacy benefit continues to climb, a curious counter-narrative is appearing among advocacy groups, pharmacy associations and state houses.

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Key Elements of a Successful Project

Project managers must plan for and manage project implementations with clear objectives, an effective management strategy, and a process for clear and timely...

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Incident Prevention, Identification and Management Opportunities

Last year’s Joint Report from OIG, OCR and ACL on Incident Management highlighted the findings of two different OIG reviews if state operated programs where ...

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MHPAEA: How to Decrease the Cost and Burden of Parity Analysis

Substantial state and managed care resources are expended to analyze parity compliance for Non-Quantitative Treatment Limits. Fortunately, the NQTL Information...

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