• May 25, 2018
    MCO Below Cost Prescription Payments Reform Bill (HB 3479) CLEARED for Senate Floor Action- Contact Your Senator TODAY to Support The Bill!
  • May 21, 2018
    Keep Up the Momentum For Passage of Anti-Prescription Clawback Fees & Pharmacy "Gag Orders" PBM Regulation Bill. After months of continued effort by IPC and the Ohio Pharmacists Association, including our testimony at last month's hearing, the "Prescription Drug Price Transparency Act", (HB 479) sponsored by Reps. Scott Lipps (R-62 [part of Warren County]) Tom West (D-49 [Canton]) is gaining traction.
  • May 21, 2018
    Senators Need to Hear from You NOW to Have the Senate Human Services Committee Act on the Bill! IPC continues to work hard with the Illinois Pharmacists Association and other industry stakeholders to end Illinois Medicaid's MCO's prescription below costs payments to Illinois pharmacies.
  • Apr 09, 2018
    We Need Pharmacy's Voice To Keep Up the Momentum For Passage of Anti-Prescription Clawback Fees and Pharmacy “Gag Orders” PBM Regulation Bill. IPC has been working actively for months with the Ohio Pharmacists Association to urge the State of Ohio to take action against PBM practices that harm pharmacy patients and their pharmacy.
  • Apr 06, 2018
    IPC has been supporting the efforts of various Kentucky pharmacy groups to end the prescription below cost payments by Kentucky Medicaid's MCO's to Kentucky pharmacies. Kentucky State SB 5 sponsor Senator Max Wise (R-Campbellsville) pushed through the Kentucky Legislature unanimously a bill (SB 5) to address these underwater payments. The bill now sits on the desk of Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin for his consideration.
  • Mar 28, 2018
    NY Legislature Considering an Unprecedented Pass Through Tax On Every Opioid Prescription Order in the State. Your Voice Needed Today To Tell Them NO. As both an independent pharmacy GPO and a wholesaler, IPC has been working closely with other independent pharmacy interest in closely monitoring a proposal in New York State to impose the first in the nation tax - somewhere between 2 -2.5% per order - on every opioid prescription "first sale" (unclear how it would be defined) in the State of New York.