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1902(a)(19) of the Social Security Act, Care and services under a Medicaid state plan be provided in a manner consistent with simplicity of administration and the best interests of beneficiaries
1927 of the Social Security Act, Payment for Covered Outpatient Drugs
42 CFR §447.201, State plan requirements
42 CFR §447.205, Public notice of changes in Statewide methods and standards for setting payment rates
In a proposed rule published in the Federal Register on February 2, 2012 regarding covered outpatient drugs at, CMS proposes to replace the term “dispensing fee” with “professional dispensing fee”. In the proposed rule, CMS retains the current definition of “dispensing fee,” but proposes to replace the term with “professional dispensing fee” to reinforce the agency’s position that once the reimbursement for a drug is properly determined, the dispensing fee should reflect the pharmacist’s professional services and costs.  DMMA agrees and has replaced the term “dispensing fee” with “professional dispensing fee”.
The usual and customary (U & C) charge to the general public for the product,
A State-specific maximum allowable cost (DMAC) and, in some cases, the Federally defined Federal Upper Limit (FUL) prices plus a dispensing fee, when the purchase price is not appropriately represented by either the NADAC nor 81% of the AWP,
Professional Dispensing Fee:
The professional dispensing fee rate is $3.65 $10.00. There is one professional dispensing fee per 30-day period unless the class of drugs is routinely prescribed for a limited number of days.
Last Updated: December 31 1969 19:00:00.
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