Chapter 59, “Set up Constants” for information about the definition of the purchase discount category code. You must enter the total amount of the rebate or percentage you must receive for each threshold, regardless of the other thresholds for which you may have already received a discount. For example, you can assign the system a number to each of your discount agreements or enter your own number. If you assign a number, the last discount number is increased by 1 for the provider. If this is the first discount contract for the supplier, the system assigns the number one. The state has the power to enter into agreements with pharmaceutical manufacturers to collect additional rebates for Medicaid state members, provided such agreements are approved by the Centers for Medicare – Medicaid Services (CMS) when the system applies purchases on discounts on custom 43 RB/WHEREAS custom code boards. and indicate the purchase category (P1-P5) with which you enter the category code values for discounts. You indicate this value in the system constants (P4009W) that you accessed by pressing F10 branch/installation constants (P41204). If several of your suppliers have the same parent company, you should follow the discount information at the higher level and not at the supplier level. You can set up purchase instructions (P4306) for each vendor to specify at what level the discount information should be tracked.
They determine the business unit subject to a discount agreement based on the main account number indicated by the G/L lag. The Medicaid Department or Medicaid Department may negotiate, in agreement with the Sovereign States Drug Consortium, additional pharmaceutical rebate agreements (SDRAs) that would reclassify any drug that is not designated as preferred in the basic list as long as the agreement is in effect. A EDS between the Medicaid Department and a drug manufacturer for drugs made available to the Medicaid program and submitted to the Centers for Medicare – Medicaid Services (CMS) on December 27, 2005 and the title “State of Mississippi Supplemental Rebate Agreement” was approved by CMS. CMS has authorized the State of Mississippi to enter the sovereign States Drug Consortium (SSDC) multi-state purchasing pool. The SDRA, presented by cmS on September 7, 2012 under the title “State of Mississippi Supplemental Rebate Agreement,” has been approved by CMS. CMS has approved the revised SSDC Multistate Agreement that was tabled on March 17, 2014 for Medicaid`s Population Department to cover the treatment of additional drugs When a provider offers you a discount for the purchase of certain goods and services, you have entered into a discount agreement. You can have an unlimited number of discounts for each provider. For each agreement, you provide basic information, z.B.: A single purchase booking cannot apply to more than one purchase contract. Whether the discount is based on purchase quantities or amounts For the discount tracking system, you must provide information about the agreements you have with your suppliers. This information includes: You can enter several thresholds for a discount agreement.
You can get z.B a discount for the purchase of 100 widgets and another discount for the purchase of 500 widgets. If you enter multiple thresholds, you must enter thresholds or amounts in ascending order. Whether it`s an amount or a percentage of the purchase amount, if you use purchase instructions to indicate that all discount agreements are pending for an (inactive) supplier, the system changes that status to “Active” when you enter a new active rebate contract for the supplier. The vendor discount code for purchase instructions (P4306) must be set to “Active.”