SB 208 – UtahStatus: Enacted
Year Introduced: 2018
Year Enacted: 2018
This bill requires a pharmacy service entity that uses direct or indirect remuneration to report certain information to pharmacies or the pharmacies’ pharmacy services administration organization; and prohibits a benefits manager or coordinator from preventing a pharmacist from disclosing cost information to a patient. Provides that A pharmacy benefits manager or coordinator may not require an insured customer to pay, for a covered prescription drug, more than the lesser of: (a) the applicable cost share of the prescription drug being dispensed; or (b) the retail price of the drug without prescription drug coverage.
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