HB 2052 – Missouri

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2020
Link: https://house.mo.gov/Bill.aspx?bill=HB2052&year=2020&code=R

This bill requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to annually identify up to 15 prescription drugs from any drug schedule on which the state spends specific health care dollars on the cost of an individual prescription and for which the wholesale cost has increased by 50% or more over the past five years or by 15% or more over the past 12 months. The department shall provide the list to the Attorney General, and make the information available to the public on the department’s website. The Attorney General must require each drug’s manufacturer to provide a justification for the increase in cost. The Attorney General shall provide an annual report on its website and to the General Assembly annually on or before December 1st.

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