Pharmacy Solutions

New York Adopts Final Drug Formulary Rule

The New York Workers’ Compensation Board adopted its final drug formulary rule on June 5, 2019.

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New York Adopts New Pharmacy Fee Schedule and Proposes New Draft of Drug Formulary Rule

The Workers’ Compensation Board in New York has been busy with two rulemakings that will affect how pharmacy care is delivered and reimbursed in the Empire State.

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Posted in: Blogs, Workers' Compensation Management, Pharmacy Solutions

More States Pass Opioid Prescribing Limit Laws—Congress Also Weighs In

As opioid-related deaths continue to plague states across the country, more states are looking to limit prescribing of opioids for acute pain.

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Vermont Adopts Opioid Prescribing Rule

The Vermont Department of Health has adopted its permanent opioid prescribing rules. The rules are effective March 1, 2019.

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Several States Examine Workers' Compensation Reform

Florida, Illinois, Oklahoma and Utah look at reform laws.

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Three States Look at Legislation for Auto Personal Injury Protection

Florida, Hawaii and New Jersey look at new bills related to auto personal injury protection.

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States Considering Legislation Related to Drug Pricing and Managed Care

Several states are looking at or ammending their fee schedules and some states are looking at managed care-related bills.

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Four States Looking at Drug Formularies

Montana, Kentucky, New York and Nebraska are working on their new drug formulary rules.

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Several Marijuana Bills Under Consideration

Nineteen states are looking at bills related to medical marijuana, while eleven are considering recreational marijuana laws.

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State Legislatures Looking at Opioid Bills

States continue to propose opioid prescribing limits and are looking at more ways to control the prescribing and use of opioids through physician education, patient education, safer packaging and unused medication return options.

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