HB 2623 – WashingtonStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2018
ALLOWING PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS TO INFORM PATIENTS ABOUT LOWER COST ALTERNATIVES: Prohibits a contract for pharmacy services, entered into between an insurer or pharmacy benefit manager and a pharmacy or pharmacist, from containing a provision prohibiting or penalizing a pharmacist’s disclosure to an individual purchasing prescription medication of information.
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