Procedures for public consultation for payment for a new clinical diagnostic laboratory test.
For a new test, CMS determines the basis for and amount of payment after performance of the following:
(a) CMS makes available to the public (through CMS's Internet Web site) a list that includes codes for which establishment of a payment amount is being considered for the next calendar year.
(b) CMS publishes a Federal Register notice of a meeting to receive public comments and recommendations (and data on which recommendations are based) on the appropriate basis, as specified in § 414.508, for establishing payment amounts for the list of codes made available to the public.
(c) Not fewer than 30 days after publication of the notice in the Federal Register, CMS convenes a meeting that includes representatives of CMS officials involved in determining payment amounts, to receive public comments and recommendations (and data on which the recommendations are based).
(d) Considering the comments and recommendations (and accompanying data) received at the public meeting, CMS develops and makes available to the public (through an Internet Web site and other appropriate mechanisms) a list of—
(1) Proposed determinations with respect to the appropriate basis for establishing a payment amount for each code, with an explanation of the reasons for each determination, the data on which the determinations are based, and a request for public written comments within a specified time period on the proposed determination; and
(2) Final determinations of the payment amounts for tests, with the rationale for each determination, the data on which the determinations are based, and responses to comments and suggestions from the public.
[71 FR 69786, Dec. 1, 2006, as amended at 72 FR 66401, Nov. 27, 2007]
Title 42 published on 2012-10-01
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