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14 01, 2022

HB 135

Requires health insuring corporations and sickness and accident insurers to apply amounts paid by or on behalf of covered individuals toward cost-sharing requirements. Exempts situations where a generic version of a brand name drug exists, but the prescribing physician prescribes the brand name drug without it being medically necessary.

HB 135
14 01, 2022

SB 150

Prohibits an employer of physicians from requiring a current or prospective physician employee to enter into a post-employment noncompete agreement as a condition of employment. Allows a current or prospective physician employee to sue an employer that violates the prohibition for damages and attorney’s fees and costs.

SB 150
14 01, 2022

HB 153

Prohibits health insurers from taking certain actions with respect to drugs during a health benefit plan year, including increasing cost-sharing, reducing coverage, and removing drugs from plan formularies.

HB 153
14 01, 2022

SB 220

Prohibits a health plan issuer from imposing cost-sharing on a prescription insulin drug in an amount that exceeds $35 for a 30-day supply.

SB 220
14 01, 2022

SB 253

To establish and operate the Ohio Health Care Plan to provide universal health care coverage to all Ohio residents.

SB 253
14 01, 2022

HB 305

Prohibits a health plan issuer from imposing cost-sharing on a prescription insulin drug in an amount that exceeds $35 for a 30-day supply.

HB 305
14 01, 2022

HB 336

Prohibits a health plan issuer from taking certain actions that would favor the issuer’s affiliated pharmacies or would result in a covered person being required to use an affiliated pharmacy or restricted from using an unaffiliated but in-network pharmacy. Prohibits a health plan issuer from preventing a pharmacy from joining the issuer’s network if the pharmacy agrees to reasonable terms of the issuer’s pharmacy provider contract and is otherwise in compliance with the law. Requires each contract between a health plan issuer and a pharmacy to include a system by which the pharmacy can [...]

HB 336