Tag: Ohio

States taking the lead on drug pricing policy; will Congress enter the fray?

Last week, Vermont adopted the first state law that requires drug companies registering the highest hike in prices to justify the rationale for the increase.  Vermont policymakers are not alone pursuing laws that address rising drug prices.  California and Ohio are eyeing pricing-related bills and ballot initiatives. This begs the question:  If […]

States Continue Medicaid Expansion Debate

As President Obama responds to healthcare.gov’s glitches, many states continue to debate whether to expand the Medicaid program in their respective states. The Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) allows states to opt out of the ACA’s Medicaid expansion provisions. Many states have stated their Medicaid expansion plans definitively; however, not all […]