HB 2315 – Oklahoma

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2019
Link: http://www.oklegislature.gov/BillInfo.aspx?Bill=HB2315&Session=1900

An Act relating to professions and occupations;
creating the Patient’s Right to Pharmacy Choice Act;
declaring purpose; defining terms; providing for
compliance standards for retail pharmacy networks;
directing the Insurance Department to promulgate
rules; providing for review of retail pharmacy
network access; prohibiting certain actions;
prohibiting certain restrictions; requiring health
insurer to monitor compliance; requiring specific
uses for certain compensation; requiring health
insurer file annual report; directing a health
insurer’s pharmacy and therapeutics committee to
establish a formulary; prohibiting conflicts of
interest; providing conditions for persons to serve
on pharmacy and therapeutics committee; prohibiting
compensation; providing for publication of drug
formulary; requiring regular updates; authorizing
Insurance Commissioner investigative powers;
authorizing Insurance Commissioner to hire additional
employees; establishing a Right to Patient Choice
Advisory Committee; providing the Right to Patient
Choice Advisory Committee with certain powers;
providing for composition and appointment of the
Right to Patient Choice Advisory Committee; providing
term length; providing hearings be held in accordance
with the Administrative Procedures Act; providing for
confidentiality; providing exception; providing for
codification; and providing an effective date.

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