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CMS Interested In Part D Plan Collaboration With Medicare ACOs

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Executive Summary

In a draft version of its annual instructions to Part D plans, CMS says it is seeking feedback from Part D sponsors and other stakeholders on “possible strategies for achieving better coordination” between stand-alone Medicare Part D plans and accountable care organizations to improve pharmacy care.

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