In the current debate over health care, employers, unions and government programs all agree on the need to provide prescription drug coverage at lower costs while increasing the quality and clinical value of pharmacy benefits.

However, the California Legislature is considering Assembly Bill (AB) 315 that could lead to higher drug prices for the state’s employers, unions, public programs and consumers. This bill would increase costs and reduce pharmacy benefit managers’ (PBMs) ability to offer unique services to employers.

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