Md. Senate moves to eliminate pharmacist ‘gag rule’

The Senate unanimously passed legislation Thursday allowing pharmacists to share with customers if they would spend less on a drug by paying with cash instead of using their health insurance. Because of a contract provision known as the “gag rule,” pharmacists are often prohibited by pharmacy benefit managers from telling customers their copay for a prescription ...

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