• Aug 21, 2017
    As required by AB 602 (Bonta, Chapter 139, Statutes of 2017), a list of names of authorized distributors of nonprescription diabetes test devices is now posted on the California State Board of Pharmacy website.
  • Jul 07, 2017
    IPC has been working closely with other Pennsylvania pharmacy industry stakeholders, including the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA), to monitor Pennsylvania Medicaid's development of a new federally mandated fee-for-service (FFS) prescription reimbursement formula designed to reflect transparent "true cost" to provide Medicaid patients with access to their prescription drug benefit.
  • Jul 06, 2017
    IPC has learned that the final version of the Ohio State Annual Appropriations Act signed into law by Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) contained the Senate version which allows Medicaid to move forward with its proposed four (4) tiered, volume based dispensing fee rather than the House proposed flat fee of $10.49.
  • Jul 06, 2017
    California PBM Transparency Measure Passes Key Senate Committee. Yesterday, July 5th, the California Senate Health Committee heard Assembly Bill 315 (AB 315). The legislation passed in the House with tremendous support last month and would ensure patients gain necessary authority over their own healthcare decisions, including their treatments and prescriptions, while Pharmacies are afforded much needed protections against the Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs).
  • May 31, 2017
    IPC is excited to announce several pro independent pharmacy bills that passed the Texas legislature this session. Our team worked tirelessly with our counsel and the Alliance for Independent Pharmacy to advance and gain approval on these measures. IPC wishes to thank our members who testified, contacted and advocated on these bills.
  • May 08, 2017
    Governor Rick Scott Issues Emergency Order On Opioid Epidemic. Naloxene Standing Order Issued by Florida Surgeon General. Following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declaring a national opioid epidemic, Governor Rick Scott signed Executive Order 17-146 directing a Public Health Emergency across the state.