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pela Goricki,g. not excluded from Medicare or Medicaid participation) CMS stated that reports of prescriptions written by physicians with suspended licenses and similar weaknesses in verifying a prescriber’s credentials are among the top concerns that prompted the Final Rule CMS plans to publish a list to plan sponsors that indicates who the qualified eligible professionals are for purposes of prescribing Part D drugs CMS will issue sub-regulatory guidance on how exactly prescription verification will work before the June15 2015 implementation date This guidance is expected to address among other issues the verification process the specific contents of the list the frequency with which the list will be updated and various other operational aspects of the requirement including whether retroactive denials will be possible CMS also stated it is considering a process to alert prescribers who are neither enrolled nor opted-out of the need to take action to comply with the Final Rule CMS has not yet addressed how frequently it will publish the list of compliant eligible professionals nor how compliant and non-compliant eligible professionals will be tracked However CMS stated that it thinks the number of eligible professionals who are neither enrolled in Medicare nor opted-out of Medicare is very low and as such there should not be many hurdles to implementation Stakeholders have voiced various concerns about how the Final Rule will work in practice These concerns include how plan sponsors will identify that a prescription was written by a prescriber who has not enrolled or who has not opted-out whether retroactive denials or point of sale denials will be required whose responsibility it is to educate patients about providers who fall out of compliance how patients and plans will address the situation of a provider falling out of compliance between refills and whether there will be an emergency exception for urgent first time prescriptions and refills Other concerns include whether unenrolled prescribers will be disproportionatelyreflected in various supplier types or geographic areas whether plans will be penalized for filling prescriptions if the plan did not know at the time of dispensing that the prescriber’s enrollment was terminated and how foreign prescriptions will be addressed Next Steps In summary it is critical that all prescribers writing prescriptions covered by PartD maintain a valid NPI and either enroll in Medicare or make sure they have a valid opt-out affidavit on file with their MAC Affected pharmacies and providers will thus want to monitor potential patient care implications Also pharmacies must assess operational considerations such as mechanisms for validating prescribers with their PartD Plan sponsors or PBMs and the impact of point of sale denials especially for refills where a prescriber has fallen out of compliance without the patient’s knowledge If you have further questions about the information in this article please contact (1) Physicians and/or advanced practice clinicians authorized by state law to write prescriptionsWritten by Sunanda Mehta | Updated: July 11 2017 7:52 am Adoption centres like to promote happy stories of reunions that warm the cockles of the heart of all readers (Source:Wikimedia Commons Representational image) Related News Sitting opposite me her eyes well up with tears and her voice chokes as she gets to the point in the story when she first saw her mother Till now Vidya-Liselotte Sundberg had been quite in control of her emotions as she took me through her journey from Sweden to Pune to Nashik detailing her search for her biological mother It was a search that had consumed the 39- year-old singer for the better part of her life till it ended in May this year when she finally found her after years of effort Looking at her long black wavy hair her easy smile and expressive eyes now slightly red and covered with a thin film of water my heart went out to the girl who for no fault of hers carried this emotional baggage from birth One that must have ravaged her and been responsible for a thousand unasked unanswered questions all through her growing years and adulthood But then that is the harsh truth of every adoptee’s life I remembered another story I was following about two years ago about another adoptee who had just been reunited with her birth mother The case was remarkable for two reasons One because here it was the mother who had initiated a search for her daughter whom she had abandoned — in most cases it’s the child who looks for his/her biological parent And second because the mother had embarked on this journey at the behest of her son — a legitimate son who encouraged her to find her illegitimate child The reunion between mother son and daughter who had flown down from Norway (where she had been taken away after adoption) was thick with a thousand emotions The common thread in both searches other than the immense emotional turmoil involved was the fatigue and defeat all the characters had experienced hundreds of times in their search in terms of bureaucratic delays hurdles and apathy Every year thousands of adopted people from all over the world look for their biological parents For a large number of them the destination is Pune and/or other cities of Maharashtra that have traditionally been adoption hubs of the country Adoption centres like to promote happy stories of reunions that warm the cockles of the heart of all readers But between the lines is another story that often remains untold Of the innumerable hurdles and problems that beset such endeavours Problems that unlike the emotional toll could have been avoided or at least lessened For the longest time the main problem was an outright denial of information to the adopted individuals as per law In 2011 following a spirited and tumultuous battle fought by many adoptees like Arun Dolhe the law was modified and this right was granted to the adoptees by way of instructing the adoption homes to facilitate root searches But soon a rider followed – no third party was allowed to do the search and navigate their way through the complicated path on their behalf The rule may have been borne of noble intentions but given that most of these adoptees live abroad it put severe restrictions on their efforts For one it meant that they would personally have to come down every time to follow up every link that surfaced Add to that the inevitable insensitivity of the system reluctance of many adoption homes to further the search given that some adoptions may have not been strictly by the book and red tapism endemic to government institutions in this country really amounted to deterring rather than encouraging root searches Anjali Pawar a consultant with Against Child Trafficking a Dutch organisation that conducts root searches for adopted children and who has had over 40 successes in the last eight years says denying third-party help to adoptees is one of the most debilitating measures put in place Most of these children who are invariably raised abroad don’t know the language or the culture and can’t even read their files that they are given after a Herculean effort to obtain them says Pawar She often conducts these searches on behalf of the adoptees now after obtaining their Power of Attorneys “So what the law has done is just increased the paperwork” Pawar points out adding that allowing third-party searches with strictures in place and the active involvement of lawyers and NGOs is probably the way ahead if any government is serious about making roots searches easier Instead what India has are regular announcements and rules that far from helping the hapless adoptees compound their struggles and complications Ten days ago the Women and Child Development Ministry announced that it will set up cradles at police stations hospitals and orphanages across the country to encourage parents who cannot bring up their children to leave them there instead of abandoning them in garbage bins railway tracks and river sides The “humane’’ move added the Ministry would also help bridge the gap between 14000 adoption requests and the availability of a mere 600 children The move according to adoption experts all across the country is a legal way of telling parents that it’s alright to give up unwanted children for adoption when researches all over the world have emphasized that nothing can be worse for a child whose parents are alive than to grow up in an adopted family Every research on emotional well-being of children has agreed that a poverty-stricken and issue-laden biological family is far better for a child than a wealthy educated but adopted one The thousands of searches launched every year by adopted children only reiterate this view I look at Vidya who has returned to Pune from Sweden within a mere one month of first meeting her mother and cannot help but agree It’s time not to look at the gap between the number of requests for adoption vis-à-vis children abandoned and make laws that may end up encouraging abandonments but work to reducing abandonments altogether And when this is not possible we need to adopt a more sensitive approach to the other side of the spectrum – extend every possible bureaucratic financial and emotional assistance to those who decide to travel from halfway round the world to India to look for their roots – and through that their mental peace Years ago Indian societal constraints may have denied them their birthright of living with their parents Now the least that a (hopefully) more evolved society and government can do to make up is to minimise hurdles and maximise support to help the adopted individuals connect with the broken links to make their lives whole again Sunanda Mehta is the Resident Editor of Indian Express’ Pune edition She tweets @sunandamehta For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News “I can build that, The questioning could continue on Wednesday also. bows and arrows came to Khukuribasti village about one kilometre away from the Rangapahar border outpost under Dhansiri police station and set on fire nine houses,and she just didn’t use it on her album. But the minute it’s not about love and it’s not about peace and it’s about anything else. DPA said Chinese sources reported fighting in at least 10 provinces, 2016. I don’t have valid currency to even buy vegetables.

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