42 CFR 414.902 - Definitions.

§ 414.902 Definitions.
As used in this subpart, unless the context indicates otherwise—
Approved CAP vendor means an entity that has been awarded a contract by CMS to participate in the competitive acquisition program under 1847B of the Act.
Bid means an offer to furnish a CAP drug within a category of CAP drugs in a competitive acquisition area for a particular price and time period.
Biosimilar biological product means a biological product approved under an abbreviated application for a license of a biological product that relies in part on data or information in an application for another biological product licensed under section 351 of the Public Health Service Act (PHSA) as defined at section 1847A(c)(6)(H) of the Act.
CAP drug means a physician-administered drug or biological furnished on or after January 1, 2006 described in section 1842(o)(1)(C) of the Act and supplied by an approved CAP vendor under the CAP as provided in this subpart.
Competitive acquisition area means a geographic area established by the Secretary for purposes of implementing the CAP required by section 1847B of the Act.
Competitive acquisition program (CAP) means a program as defined under section 1847B of the Act.
Designated carrier means an entity assigned by CMS to process and pay claims for drugs and biologicals under the CAP.
Drug means both drugs and biologicals.
Emergency delivery means delivery of a CAP drug within one business day in appropriate shipping and packaging, in all areas of the United States and its territories, with the exception of the Pacific Territories. In the Pacific Territories, emergency delivery means delivery of a CAP drug within 5 business days in appropriate shipping and packaging. In each case, this timeframe shall be reduced if product stability requires it, meaning that the manufacturer's labeling instructions, drug compendia, or specialized drug stability references indicate that a shorter delivery timeframe is necessary to avoid adversely affecting the product's integrity, safety, or efficacy.
Emergency situation means, for the purposes of the CAP, an unforeseen occurrence or situation determined by the participating CAP physician, in his or her clinical judgment, to require prompt action or attention for purposes of permitting the participating CAP physician to use a drug from his or her own stock, if the other requirements of § 414.906(e) are met.
Local carrier means an entity assigned by CMS to process and pay claims for administration of drugs and biologicals under the CAP.
Manufacturer's average sales price means the price calculated and reported by a manufacturer under part 414, subpart J of this chapter.
Multiple source drug means a drug described by section 1847A(c)(6)(C) of the Act.
Pacific Territories means, for purposes of the CAP, American Samoa, Guam, or the Northern Mariana Islands.
Participating CAP physician means a physician electing to participate in the CAP, as described in this subpart. The participating CAP physician must complete and sign the participating CAP physician election agreement. Physicians who do not participate in Medicare but who elect to participate in the CAP must agree to accept assignment for CAP drug administration claims.
Participating CAP physician election agreement means the agreement that the physician signs to notify CMS of the physician's election to participate in the CAP and to agree to the terms and conditions of CAP participation as set forth in this subpart.
Prescription order means a written order submitted by the participating CAP physician to the approved CAP vendor that meets the requirements of this subpart.
Reference biological product means the biological product licensed under such section 351 of the PHSA that is referred to in the application of the biosimilar biological product as defined at section 1847A(c)(6)(I) of the Act.
Routine delivery means delivery of a drug within 2 business days in appropriate shipping and packaging in all areas of the United States and its territories, with the exception of the Pacific Territories. In the Pacific Territories, routine delivery of drug means delivery of a CAP drug within 7 business days in appropriate shipping and packaging. In each case, this timeframe will be reduced if product stability requires it, meaning that the manufacturer's labeling instructions, drug compendia, or specialized drug stability references indicate that a shorter delivery timeframe is necessary to avoid adversely affecting the product's integrity, safety, or efficacy.
Single source drug means a drug described by section 1847A(c)(6)(D) of the Act.
Timely delivery means delivery of a CAP drug within the defined routine and emergency delivery timeframes. Compliance with timely delivery standards is also a factor for evaluation of potential and approved CAP vendors.
Unit is defined as in part 414, subpart J of this chapter.
Wholesale acquisition cost (WAC) means the price described by section 1847A(c)(6)(B) of the Act.
[69 FR 66424, Nov. 15, 2004, as amended at 70 FR 39093, July 6, 2005; 75 FR 73626, Nov. 29, 2010]
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§ 414.902 Definitions.

As used in this subpart, unless the context indicates otherwise -

Approved CAP vendor means an entity that has been awarded a contract by CMS to participate in the competitive acquisition program under 1847B of the Act.

Bid means an offer to furnish a CAP drug within a category of CAP drugs in a competitive acquisition area for a particular price and time period.

Biosimilar biological product means a biological product approved under an abbreviated application for a license of a biological product that relies in part on data or information in an application for another biological product licensed under section 351 of the Public Health Service Act (PHSA) as defined at section 1847A(c)(6)(H) of the Act.

CAP drug means a physician-administered drug or biological furnished on or after January 1, 2006 described in section 1842(o)(1)(C) of the Act and supplied by an approved CAP vendor under the CAP as provided in this subpart.

Competitive acquisition area means a geographic area established by the Secretary for purposes of implementing the CAP required by section 1847B of the Act.

Competitive acquisition program (CAP) means a program as defined under section 1847B of the Act.

Designated carrier means an entity assigned by CMS to process and pay claims for drugs and biologicals under the CAP.

Drug means both drugs and biologicals.

Emergency delivery means delivery of a CAP drug within one business day in appropriate shipping and packaging, in all areas of the United States and its territories, with the exception of the Pacific Territories. In the Pacific Territories, emergency delivery means delivery of a CAP drug within 5 business days in appropriate shipping and packaging. In each case, this timeframe shall be reduced if product stability requires it, meaning that the manufacturer's labeling instructions, drug compendia, or specialized drug stability references indicate that a shorter delivery timeframe is necessary to avoid adversely affecting the product's integrity, safety, or efficacy.

Emergency situation means, for the purposes of the CAP, an unforeseen occurrence or situation determined by the participating CAP physician, in his or her clinical judgment, to require prompt action or attention for purposes of permitting the participating CAP physician to use a drug from his or her own stock, if the other requirements of § 414.906(e) are met.

Local carrier means an entity assigned by CMS to process and pay claims for administration of drugs and biologicals under the CAP.

Manufacturer's average sales price means the price calculated and reported by a manufacturer under part 414, subpart J of this chapter.

Multiple source drug means a drug described by section 1847A(c)(6)(C) of the Act.

Pacific Territories means, for purposes of the CAP, American Samoa, Guam, or the Northern Mariana Islands.

Participating CAP physician means a physician electing to participate in the CAP, as described in this subpart. The participating CAP physician must complete and sign the participating CAP physician election agreement. Physicians who do not participate in Medicare but who elect to participate in the CAP must agree to accept assignment for CAP drug administration claims.

Participating CAP physician election agreement means the agreement that the physician signs to notify CMS of the physician's election to participate in the CAP and to agree to the terms and conditions of CAP participation as set forth in this subpart.

Prescription order means a written order submitted by the participating CAP physician to the approved CAP vendor that meets the requirements of this subpart.

Reference biological product means the biological product licensed under such section 351 of the PHSA that is referred to in the application of the biosimilar biological product as defined at section 1847A(c)(6)(I) of the Act.

Routine delivery means delivery of a drug within 2 business days in appropriate shipping and packaging in all areas of the United States and its territories, with the exception of the Pacific Territories. In the Pacific Territories, routine delivery of drug means delivery of a CAP drug within 7 business days in appropriate shipping and packaging. In each case, this timeframe will be reduced if product stability requires it, meaning that the manufacturer's labeling instructions, drug compendia, or specialized drug stability references indicate that a shorter delivery timeframe is necessary to avoid adversely affecting the product's integrity, safety, or efficacy.

Single source drug means a drug described by section 1847A(c)(6)(D) of the Act.

Timely delivery means delivery of a CAP drug within the defined routine and emergency delivery timeframes. Compliance with timely delivery standards is also a factor for evaluation of potential and approved CAP vendors.

Unit is defined as in part 414, subpart J of this chapter.

Wholesale acquisition cost (WAC) means the price described by section 1847A(c)(6)(B) of the Act.

[69 FR 66424, Nov. 15, 2004, as amended at 70 FR 39093, July 6, 2005; 75 FR 73626, Nov. 29, 2010]

Title 42 published on 2015-10-01

The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 42 CFR Part 414 after this date.

  • 2015-11-16; vol. 80 # 220 - Monday, November 16, 2015
    1. 80 FR 70886 - Medicare Program; Revisions to Payment Policies Under the Physician Fee Schedule and Other Revisions to Part B for CY 2016
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      DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
      Final rule with comment period.
      Effective date: The provisions of this final rule with comment period are effective on January 1, 2016, except the definition of “ownership or investment interest” in § 411.362(a), which has an effective date of January 1, 2017. Comment date: To be assured consideration, comments must be received at one of the addresses provided below, no later than 5 p.m. on December 29, 2015. (See the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section of this final rule with comment period for a list of provisions open for comment.)
      42 CFR Parts 405, 410, 411, 414, 425, and 495