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25 07, 2022

SB 1088

A health care facility with more than fifty inpatient beds must make available on request or online the direct pay price for at least the fifty most used diagnosis-related group codes, if applicable, for the facility and at least the fifty most used outpatient service codes, if applicable, for the facility. The services may be identified by a common procedural terminology code or by a plain-English description. The health care facility must update the direct pay prices at least annually based on the services from a twelve-month period that occurred within the eighteen-month period [...]

SB 1088
25 07, 2022

SB 1680

Establishing a Prescription drug affordability board, setting cost affordability review and upper payment limits, requiring annual report and study.

SB 1680
19 05, 2022

SR 1001

A resolution supporting a national Medicare For All system of health care coverage.

SR 1001
19 05, 2022

HB 2486

Right To Shop Act of 2022: Establish a comparable health care service incentive program that includes an interactive mechanism on its publicly accessible website or a toll-free telephone number that enables an enrollee to request and obtain from the health insurer information on the payments made by the health insurer to network health care facilities or health care providers for comparable health care services as well as quality data for those health care facilities or health care providers to the extent available. The interactive mechanism or toll-free telephone number shall allow an enrollee seeking [...]

HB 2486
19 05, 2022

SB 1161

The bill would prohibit pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) from requiring, steering, or otherwise inducing their enrollees to utilize an "affiliated provider" or a pharmacy to receive covered prescription drugs or physician-administered drugs. Affiliated providers include pharmacies or durable medical equipment providers in which the PBM has a direct or indirect controlling interest.

SB 1161
19 05, 2022

SB 1330

Among other provisions, the bill would prohibit health insurers and pharmacy benefit managers (PBM) from reimbursing 340B pharmacies at rates lower than the rates they would reimburse similarly-sized non-340B pharmacies.

SB 1330