DIR Changes Set to Take Effect in One Month – A Resource Library to Help Your Health System Prepare

A collection of resources to help your health system prepare for upcoming DIR fee changes.

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By: McKesson Health Systems Editorial Team, Ram Arumugam

Published on: December 1, 2023

With just one month until January 1, 2024 – when the CMS final rule prohibiting Medicare Part D plan sponsors and PBMs from retroactively assessing DIR fees on any claim submitted by pharmacies under Medicare Part D will go into effect, we’ve compiled a list of recent articles to help your health system prepare.

Is Your Health System Ready for the Upcoming Changes to DIR Fees?

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Strategies to address changes affecting DIR pricing to allow your pharmacy to achieve more.

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What is the DIR Hangover and Why Should it Keep Health System Leaders Up at Night?

A pharmacist looks down at a tablet that shines on her face in an otherwise dark roomOur expert, Ram Arumugam, talks to Specialty Pharmacy Times regarding the upcoming DIR fee changes for health system pharmacies.

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3 Strategies to Prepare for Upcoming DIR Fee Changes

A female pharmacist looks at double computer monitorsWith DIR fee changes taking effect on January 1, be sure your health system is prepared.

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Q&A: 60 Days Until DIR Fee Changes Take Effect

A desktop calendar with the date of January 1st on itOur experts answer your top 6 questions about upcoming DIR fee changes.

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