A bill in Oregon would prohibit discriminatory practices by PBMs and insurance plans against 340B pharmacies.
Oregon legislators have introduced a bill that would prohibit discriminatory practices by pharmacy benefit managers and insurance plans against 340B pharmacies, including reimbursing a 340B pharmacy less for prescription drugs compared with non-340B pharmacies.
CVS Caremark must pay AIDS Healthcare Foundation $23 million for Part D drug reimbursement that the PBM clawed back from AHF unfairly, a court says.
A federal district court in Arizona has upheld a $23 million arbitration award to the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) against pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) CVS Caremark for unfair drug reimbursement.
Vermont recently extended its prohibition on discrimination by PBMs against 340B entities but did not require drug manufacturers to provide 340B-priced drugs to contract pharmacies.
The state of Vermont has passed a bill extending its prohibition on discrimination by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) against 340B covered entities, which was originally passed in June 2021 as part of the state’s 2022 budget.
Providers say claims have been reversed without notice or explanation for 340B-purchased drugs that CVS Specialty dispensed to BCBS FEP participants.
UPDATE Wednesday, June 22, 2022, 2:50 p.m. EDT—CVS Health issued this statement: “We do not comment on specific PBM client contract terms. Our clients are sophisticated purchasers, and we work closely with them to customize a benefit design