AGs Urge Federal Action on PBM 'Abuses'
A bipartisan coalition of 39 AGs wants Congress and the FTC 'to ensure fulsome regulation of PBMs nationwide.'
Patients See First Savings From Biden's Drug Price Push, as Pharma Lines Up Its Lawyers
The law represents the most significant overhaul for the U.S. drug marketplace in decades.
Quest Diagnostics to Pay CA Counties $5M in Medical Waste, Patient Data Dump Settlement
Dumpster dives found hundreds of containers of hazardous chemicals; unredacted patient data; and used blood and urine specimen containers.
States Target Health Insurers' 'Prior Authorization' Red Tape
Last year, lawmakers in 29 states and Washington, D.C., considered some 90 bills to limit prior authorization requirements.
Family Inspires Praxis Counsel to Lead With Greater Purpose
As general counsel for the clinical-stage biopharma company, Alex Nemiroff is guided by his experiences as the father of a...