TITLE XVIII—HEALTH INSURANCE FOR THE AGED AND DISABLED
TABLE OF CONTENTS OF TITLE
Part A—Hospital Insurance Benefits for the Aged and Disabled
Part B—Supplementary Medical Insurance Benefits for the Aged and Disabled
Part C—Medicare+Choice Program
Part D—Voluntary Prescription Drug Benefit Program
Subpart 1—Part D Eligible Individuals and Prescription Drug Benefits
Subpart 2—Prescription Drug Plans; PDP Sponsors; Financing
Subpart 3—Application to Medicare Advantage Program and Treatment of Employer-Sponsored Programs and Other Prescription Drug Plans
Subpart 4—Medicare Prescription Drug Discount Card and Transitional Assistance Program
Subpart 5—Definitions and Miscellaneous Provisions
Part E—Miscellaneous Provisions
 Title XVIII of the Social Security Act is administered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Title XVIII appears in the United States Code as §§1395-1395lll, subchapter XVIII, chapter 7, Title 42. Regulations of the Secretary of Health and Human Services relating to Title XVIII are contained in chapter IV, Title 42, and in subtitle A, Title 45, Code of Federal Regulations.
See Vol. II, 31 U.S.C. 3716(c)(3)(D), with respect to the application of administrative offset provisions to medicare provider or supplier payments; P.L. 78-410, §353(i)(3) and (n), with respect to clinical laboratories; P.L. 88-352, §601, for prohibition against discrimination in Federally assisted programs; P.L. 89-73, §§203 and 422(c), with respect to consultation with respect to programs and services for the aged; P.L. 93-288, §312(d), with respect to exclusion from income and resources of certain Federal major disaster and emergency assistance; P.L. 97-248, §119, with respect to private sector review initiative and restriction against recovery from beneficiaries; P.L. 98-369, §2355, with respect to waivers for social health maintenance organizations; P.L. 99-177, §257(b)(3) and (c)(3), with respect to the calculation of the baseline; P.L. 99-272, §9220, with respect to extension, terms, conditions, and period of approval of the extension of On Lok waiver; and §9215, with respect to the extension of certain medicare health services demonstration projects; P.L. 99-319, §105, with respect to systems requirements; P.L. 99-509, §9339(d) with respect to State standards for directors of clinical laboratories; §9342 with respect to Alzheimer’s disease demonstration projects; §9353(a)(4) with respect to a small-area analysis; and §9412 with respect to the waiver authority for chronically mentally ill and frail elderly; P.L. 99-660, Title IV, with respect to professional review activities; P.L. 100-203, §4008(d)(3), with respect to a report regarding hospital outlier payments; P.L. 100-204, §724(d), with respect to furnishing information to the United States Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of the United Nations; and §725(b), with respect to the detailing of Government personnel; P.L. 100-235, §§5–8, with respect to responsibilities of each Federal agency for computer systems security and privacy; P.L. 100-383, §§105(f)(2) and 206(d)(2), with respect to exclusions from income and resources of certain payments to certain individuals; P.L. 100-581, §§501, 502(b)(1), and 503, with respect to exclusion from income and resources of certain judgment funds; P.L. 100-647, §8411, with respect to treatment of certain nursing education programs; P.L. 100-690, §5301(a)(1)(C) and (d)(1)(B), with respect to benefits of drug traffickers and possessors; P.L. 100-713, §712, with respect to the provision of services in Montana; P.L. 101-121, with respect to the amounts collected by the Secretary of Health and Human Services under the authority of title IV of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act; P.L. 101-239, §6025, with respect to a dentist’s serving as hospital medical director; §6205(a)(1)(A) and (a)(2), with respect to recognition of costs of certain hospital-based nursing schools; P.L. 104-191, §261, with respect to purpose of administrative simplification; P.L. 106-554, §1(a)(6) , with respect to cancer prevention and treatment demonstrations for ethnic and racial minorities; and  with respect to a lifestyle modification program demonstration; P.L. 110-275, §186, with respect to a demonstration project to improve care to previously uninsured; P.L. 111-148, §1103, with respect to immediate information that allows consumers to identify affordable coverage options; §2602, with respect to providing Federal coverage and payment coordination for dual eligible beneficiaries; P.L. 111-240, §4241, with respect to the use of predictive modeling and other analytics technologies to identify and prevent waste, fraud, and abuse in the medicare fee-for-service program; P.L. 111-309, §206, with respect to funding for claims reprocessing; and P.L. 112-240, §609 (b), with respect to a strategy for providing data for performance improvement in a timely manner to applicable providers under the medicare program and §643, with respect to a commission on long-term care. See Vol. II, P.L. 114–10, §104, with respect to requirement on Secretary to make publicly available information about physicians and other eligible professionals on items and services furnished to medicare beneficiaries under this title; §106(b), with respect to requirements on Secretary to establish metric and mechanisms to promote electronic health records systems and interoperability; §106(d) for a rule of construction regarding health providers and malpractice and liability claims. See Vol. II, P.L. 114–255, §17003, with respect to required update to “Welcome to Medicare” package and information gathering by the Secretary of HHS. See Vol. II, P.L. 115–123, §50353, with respect to required HHS study on long-term, chronic condition cost drivers to the Medicare program. See Vol. II, P.L. 115–245, §§506, 507, for limitations on funds appropriated for the administration of Title XVIII programs. See Vol. II, P.L. 115–271, §6032, with respect to study and report to Congress regarding Medicare and Medicaid payment and coverage policies that may be viewed as potential obstacles to effective response to the opioid crisis; §6094, with respect to another technical expert study and report to Congress on reducing surgical setting opioid use and data collection on perioperative opioid use.
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