Keyword: Government Accountability Office (GAO)
Updated Jan. 29: The feds aren't doing a good job of determining whether a drug company has to provide both 340B discounts and rebates for Medicaid.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is touting several successes for its updated Medicare Plan Finder following open enrollment for 2020.
CMS recently redesigned a digital tool to help seniors navigate complicated Medicare choices, but consumer advocates say it frequently malfunctions.
CMS released a proposed rule to crack down on states that use a variety of schemes to get higher federal Medicaid payments.
CMS will add an icon to its Nursing Home Compare website to make it easier for consumers to flag nursing homes with abuse violations.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services must do a better job in how it monitors quality program funding and the measures it develops, GAO said.
Social determinants of health such as housing instability make it difficult for states to treat high-cost Medicaid beneficiaries, a watchdog found.
CMS has new powers to go after fraudsters in Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP before they get paid.
A new GAO report found that PBMs kept only a small amount of rebate dollars in 2016, passing on the majority to Part D plans.
CMS is planning to launch updates to its Medicare Plan Finder this month after a report from GAO flagged usability concerns with the tool.