SB 399 – OregonStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2017
RELATING TO PRESCRIPTION DRUG COSTS: would prohibit small employers, group or individual health benefit plans from requiring enrollees in plan to incur more than $250 out of pocket costs for covered prescription drugs purchased during a single retail encounter. This bill would require the drug manufacturer to have a process for providing a rebate to the insurer of the difference between $250 and the copayment for prescription drug under express terms of the health benefit plan.
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