AB 553 (see companion bill SB 549) – WisconsinStatus: In Process
Year Introduced: 2021
An Act relating to: fiduciary and disclosure requirements on pharmacy benefit managers. The bill provides that a pharmacy benefit manager owes a fiduciary duty to a
plan sponsor. The bill also requires that a pharmacy benefit manager annually disclose all of the following information to the plan sponsor:
1. The indirect profit received by the pharmacy benefit manager from owning a pharmacy or service provider.
2. Any payments made to a consultant or broker who works on behalf of the plan sponsor.
3. From the amounts received from drug manufacturers, the amounts retained by the pharmacy benefit manager that are related to the plan sponsor’s claims or bona fide service fees.
4. The amounts received from network pharmacies and the amount retained by the pharmacy benefit manager.
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