HF 3012 (see companion bill SF 2596) – MinnesotaStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2018
PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS LOWEST CONSUMER COST PAYMENT REGULATION. A health plan company or pharmacy benefits manager shall not require an individual to make a payment at the point of sale for a covered prescription medication in an amount greater than the allowable cost to consumers. “allowable cost to consumers” means the lowest of (1) the applicable co-payment for the prescription medication, (2) the allowable claim amount for the prescription medication, or (3) the amount an individual would pay for the prescription medication if the individual purchased the prescription medication without using a health plan benefit.
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