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LTCPharmacy Home Toggle navigation Home(current) About News Documents Blog Agency Updates CMS Updates FDA Updates GAO Updates OIG Updates LTCPharmacy.net Serving the Long Term Care Pharmacy Industry Subscribe to Newsletter Note: This site is undergoing extensive remodeling. Please check out LTC Pharmacy News for updates and news Plan to Attend the ASCP Annual Meeting November 4-6 in Dallas Details Here Headline News United Health Leaves Most ACA Exchanges Responding to significant losses in the new insurance exchanges, the nation's largest health insurer announced that it would not be participating in the health insurance exchanges next year in most states. See Washington Post story. President signs Older Americans Act extension The Older Americans Act, first enacted in 1965, provides the framework for many of the governments aid programs for seniors. The current extension was approved by voice vote in both houses of Congress. See Press Release. Survey; Health Systems Seek to Expand PAC Networks Healthcare IT News reports on a survey in which health system executives expressed concern over the relative lack of integration of post-acute care providers into their networks is a major concern. A majority of respondents believe they are doing a good job of integrating ambulatory care providers, but most say their progress on integrating PAC providers is slow. House E&C Committee Leaders Request input on Site Neutral Payments In the letter to the health care community, Upton and Pitts write, “Given the wide breadth of suggestions, ideas, concerns and proposals shared with the Committee on this issue, we are inviting all interested members of the health care community to provide formal feedback on policies the Committee should examine in the context of both the enactment of this provision of law, as well as other changes to site-neutral payment policies.” President Vetoes ACA Repeal For the first time, the Republican Congress passed a bill that strips most provisions of the Affordable Care Act, using the reconciliation rules to require a simple majority in the Senate. President Obama vetoed the bill, without much delay, suggesting that this action would reverse the progress made in healthcare access during his administration. See story in The Hill. McKnight's: Hospital Observation Stays Increasing McKnight's reports on a Wall St. Journal analysis that hospitals have ramped up observation stays have increased dramatically as hospitals try to avoid readmission penalties. The net effect is to deny Medicare Part A coverage for SNF stays without a 72-hour hospital stay. See story. Federal Study to Focus on Antipsychotics in Assisted Living McKnight's Senior Living reports that researchers at the University of North Carolina have been the recipients of a grant from the National Institute on Aging to examine the prevalence of antipsychotic drug use in assisted living. Administration wants answers on drug pricing The Hill reports that the Obama Administration is asking pharmaceutical companies to answer questions concerning their efforts to make drug prices affordable, while warning state Medicaid programs on restrictions to hepatitis C treatments Rep. Joe Pitts announces retirement Rep. Joe Pitts (R-PA), chairman of the Health Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Commmittee announces his retirement. See press release Senate Finance May Have Medicare Bill Soon Real Clear Politics reports that senior Republican and Democratic health staff on the Senate Finance Commmittee suggest that the committee may be ready, sooner than later, to introduce a discussion draft of Medicare legislation designed to improve quality and reduce cost. Upton Appoints E&C Task Force to Strengthen and Sustain Medicaid for Nation’s Most Vulnerable House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton (R-MI) has appointed Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-KY) to lead a task force to strengthen and maintain this program for the nation's most vulnerable. See details Specialty Pharmacy Philidor Closes as Customers Lose Confidence The Wall Street Journal reports that specialty pharmacy will cease doing business as Valeant and other manufacturers cuts ties. California Voters to see ballot measure on drug pricing Rueters reports that organizers have gained enough signatures to place a measure on the 2016 California ballot to require that the state pay no more than the prices paid by the Department of Veterans Affairs for prescription drugs. The initiative is expected to be hotly contested by the pharmaceutical industry Proposed Budget Deal Would Add Medicaid Inflation Rebates For Generic Drugs (Reed Smith) The budget bill passed by the House includes a provision that would add a price inflation adjuster for generic drugs under the Medicaid progra. See story. EPA Extends Comment Period on Hazardous Pharmaceutical Waste Rule EPA issued a notice that the comment period on the proposed rule would be extended by 30 days and will close on December 24, 2015. 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Medscape: 100 most-prescribed drugs Managed Healthcare Executive Pharmacists as Providers: The expanding, changing role Employers look to Pharmacies to Promote Wellness Employee Benefit News: Employers are finding that pharmacies offering health screenings and wellness services are popular among their employees PCMA Sues Arkansas over Generic Reimbursement to Pharmacies The PBM trade group files a lawsuit over an Arkansas law that requires PBMS to pay pharmacies at least what they pay for generic drugs. See Arkansas Online for more Federal Agency News FDA Releases Latest Revision of 503A Compounding Guidance See more GAO Makes MedPAC Appointments Gene L. Dodaro, Comptroller General of the United States and head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), today announced the appointment of five new members to the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC), as well as the reappointment of one current member. 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