TPA Releases New Practice-Based Resource: PBM Laws
TPA has released “Pharmacy Benefits Manager (PBM) Laws,” the latest in a series of Practice-Based Resources exclusively for members.
|We are pleased to release a “Pharmacy Benefits Manager (PBM) Laws” resource exclusively for TPA members! This is the third in a series of pharmacy-specific, member-focused practice-based resources designed to help you provide a broader range of services to patients and protect and expand your pharmacy practice.|
TPA continues to advocate for increased transparency and accountability for PBMs at the state level. These enacted laws ensure that pharmacies can maintain a level playing field with respect to the practices of PBMs. Ongoing state advocacy efforts include protections for patient access to pharmacist-provided care, pharmacy audit restrictions, increased transparency and accountability for pharmacy payments from PBMs, and other essential laws available on TPA’s new members-only Pharmacy Benefits Manager (PBM) Laws resource page.
In June, we launched our practice-based resource series with Collaborative Pharmacy Practice and Statewide Naloxone Collaborative Pharmacy Practice resources. Going forward, we will be posting at least one new practice-based resource each month, so be sure to look for email highlighting additional resource pages in the coming weeks. Since most of TPA’s practice-based resources are a members-only benefit, you’ll need to log in to your TPA account to access them. If you need login help, would like to comment on a resource page, or have a suggestion for a new resource, please contact TPA!