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The Georgia legislature is considering policies to increase the oversight and regulation of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). PBMs are third-party health care middlemen that contribute to ballooning prescription drug prices for patients and operate without transparency or accountability.
The Georgia General Assembly is considering two bills: SB 313 and HB 946. These bills would increase the transparency of PBMs, ensure that any PBM-negotiated savings are passed through to patients, and require copay assistance to be applied towards patient out-of-pocket costs. But lawmakers need to hear from you!
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