SB 499 (see companion bill AB 512) – WisconsinStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2021
This bill requires certain cost reporting by manufacturers of brand-name and generic drugs. The bill requires a manufacturer to notify the Department of Health
Services and the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance if it is 1) increasing the wholesale acquisition cost of a brand-name drug on the market in Wisconsin by more
than 25 percent over a 24-month period; 2) intending to introduce in Wisconsin a brand-name drug that has an annual wholesale acquisition cost of $30,000 or more;
3) increasing the wholesale acquisition cost of a generic drug on the market in Wisconsin by more than 25 percent or by more than $300 during any 12-month
period; or 4) intending to introduce in Wisconsin a generic drug that has an annual wholesale acquisition cost of $3,000 or more.
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