Medication Synchronization

On July 11, 2018, Gov. Ige signed HB 2145 into law. The new law allows for medication synchronization for participants who are taking two or medications for chronic conditions. The synchronization allows for the multiple medications to be filled at the same time by the same network pharmacy, which the new law states increases medication adherence. The new law specifically requires group health insurance policies to provide coverage for partial supplies of such medication (less than a 30 day supply) with prorated cost sharing applied. The law was effective July 1, 2018.

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