HB 2897 – OregonStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2017
RELATING TO HEALTH INSURANCE: would prohibit insurers from restricting covered services to in-network providers, imposing higher deductibles, copayments, or out-of-pocket maximums for physician ordered prescription drugs, laboratory tests, or physician referrals requiring generic drugs, except for controlled substances, to be filled at in-network pharmacies. It would also require insurers to reimburse immunization at the same rate across all providers and to reimburse drugs within the same class in the same amount.
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