PBMs Fight To Put Oklahoma Drug Reimbursement Law On Ice

Law360 (June 11, 2020, 10:06 PM EDT) -- The Pharmaceutical Care Management Association has blasted the Oklahoma Insurance Department's push to enforce a statute regulating pharmacy benefit managers, urging a federal judge to block the law while the trade group's legal challenge to it unfolds.

PCMA, which lobbies for companies that manage benefit plans' prescription drug components, called the insurance regulators' attempt to derail its request for a preliminary injunction against the Patient's Right to Pharmacy Choice Act "without merit."

In a reply brief supporting its motion for a preliminary injunction, filed Wednesday, the lobbying group reiterated its argument that enforcement of the law would require the PBM industry...

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