In Westlaw Today, health care partner Margaux Hall (Washington, D.C.), employment & benefits principal Harvey Cotton, and health care associates Christopher Gillis and Sam Perrone (all of Boston) examine the future of state regulation of pharmacy benefit managers following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Rutledge v. Pharmaceutical Care Management Association.
The article summarizes the decision and discusses key implications for state regulation of PBMs and other companies that administer ERISA-regulated plans and, relatedly, drug pricing and reimbursement. The authors also identify various ways in which states have sought to regulate PBMs since the Supreme Court's decision.
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