Protecting Hometown Pharmacies

Senate Bill 821 passed this week in the House Public Health Committee. I’m glad to co-author this legislation that better defines pharmacy benefits management as it relates to the Patient’s Right to Pharmacy Choice Act to help lead the charge to protect our locally owned and managed hometown pharmacies. This act, which was signed into law in 2019, evened the playing field for our local pharmacies and their customers. It established an advisory council of professionals with expertise in pharmacy to oversee pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). These entities enjoyed benefits such as access to lower-priced drugs and reimbursements after sale,…

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