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Kentucky Officials Expose PBMs for Gaming the System

While many were watching the drug pricing debate unfold on Capitol Hill, the Kentucky Cabinet …

Insurers and PBMs Limit Access to Safer Opioid Alternatives

Opioid abuse and addiction in America continues to ravish communities, families, and individuals across the …

Co-Pay Accumulator Programs Are a Bad Deal for Patients

As we see time and time again, health insurance providers and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) …

Is Your Emergency Worth It? Let’s Ask Your Insurer…

Imagine that it is 2AM and the pain is so severe that you cannot move. …

Harvard Launches New Campaign to End Insurance Discrimination

Earlier this year, BIO launched our Value Campaign. One of the main goals of this …

NYTimes Reports Insurers are Struggling, Their Own Data Says Otherwise

The New York Times’ Reed Abelson yesterday reported on the plight of insurers who are …

Time for AHIP to Finally Join Us And Work Toward A Solution

I worked as an elected leader in government for 24 years. One of the enduring …

Facing growing pressure, N.Y. insurers agree to lift restrictions on hepatitis c therapies

Last week, we wrote about the mounting evidence of insurer discrimination and coverage denials for …

Evidence Mounts of Insurer Discrimination against HIV, HCV Patients

We’ve written before about the problem of discriminatory formulary design in health insurance plans, particularly …

New Reports: Insurance Plans Shifting More Costs to Patients

A new report out this week from the Kaiser Family Foundation showed that patient out …