New Indiana law could help hold down prescription drug costs

A new law that took effect in July is helping Indiana residents hold down prescription drug costs, said State Sen. Mark Stoops (D-Bloomington). The law permits pharmacists to provide patients with information about their cost options for prescriptions.

A new law that took effect in July is helping Indiana residents hold down prescription drug costs, said State Sen. Mark Stoops (D-Bloomington). The law permits pharmacists to provide patients with information about their cost options for prescriptions. According to the Indiana Pharmacists Association, the law minimizes the role of PBMs in driving up the costs of prescription drugs for patients.