With the November elections looming, the policy environment for pharmacy issues hangs in the balance. Who will control the halls of Congress as well as the state legislature will be key in determining the pace of pharmacy legislation. Over the last several months we have seen several positive developments for pharmacy, including clawback legislation; media pressure on PBM transparency; and other industry groups, such as the National Council of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL), discuss model PBM legislation.
In this recorded webinar, Ronald W. Lanton III, Esq., Executive Director of Frier Levitt Government Affairs, and Jesse C. Dresser, Esq., Partner at Frier Levitt, LLC, discuss:
- Election aftermath: a look at state and federal legislative make-up
- The latest pharmacy bills to be enacted
- Key pharmacy legal decisions
- PBM public perception
- A look at how pharmacy stakeholders can maximize legislative and legal resources
If you have any questions or concerns regarding state and federal laws, how to get involved and have your voice heard in state and federal government, issues with PBMs, DIR Fees, GER reductions, or other pharmacy-related issues, contact Frier Levitt today to speak to an attorney.