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A bill in Oregon would prohibit discriminatory practices by PBMs and insurance plans against 340B pharmacies.

Oregon Bill Targets PBM Policies that Discriminate 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. 

If passed later this year, House Bill 2716 would echo similar laws enacted in 20 states thus far that target PBM policies that discriminate against 340B covered entities and/or pharmacies that dispense 340B-priced drugs.

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.

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