What is Keep My Rx?

The #KeepMyRx campaign seeks to raise public awareness about the benefits of medical stability and the impact on patient health of being forced by their health plans to switch medicines. The #KeepMyRx campaign promotes legislation and policies that protect patient access to the medicines their physicians prescribe. The #KeepMyRx policy priorities include insurance reform that limits utilization management practices such as non-medical switching. To learn more about the impact of non-medical switching click here.

The #KeepMyRx Steering Committee members are:

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Non-Medical Switching

Preventing Patient Access to Prescribed Medication

What is Non-Medical Switching?

To maximize their profits, health insurers have been not only raising premiums but also intensifying efforts to contain their costs – restricting formularies, embracing utilization management practices and imposing benefit designs that shift the expense of medicines to patients.

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Prioritizing Access for All Patients

Delaying treatment or switching medications for non-medical reasons can be dangerous for any patient. That’s why lawmakers should prioritize access, and act now to put commonsense limits on insurance barriers.

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Pennsylvania HB 853

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An Act amending the act of July 22, 1974 (P.L.589, No.205), known as the Unfair Insurance Practices Act, further providing for unfair methods of competition and unfair or deceptive acts or practices defined.

Florida SB 696 / HB 561

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Prescription Drug Coverage; Requiring individual and group health insurers to provide notice of prescription drug formulary changes to current and prospective insureds and the insureds’ treating physicians; specifying requirements for a notice of medical necessity submitted by the treating physician; requiring insurers to apply certain reductions in out-of-pocket expenses for prescription drugs toward an insured’s cost-sharing obligation; requiring health maintenance organizations to provide notice of prescription drug formulary changes to current and prospective subscribers and the subscribers’ treating physicians, etc.

Indiana SB 97

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Synopsis: Insurance drug coverage. Prohibits a state employee health plan, a policy of accident and sickness insurance, or a health maintenance organization from modifying an enrollee’s coverage of a drug during the plan year. Provides for certain exceptions. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the interim study committee on public health, behavioral health, and human services.)

Iowa HF 2089

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An Act relating to continuity of care and nonmedical switching by health carriers, health benefit plans, and utilization review organizations, and including applicability provisions.


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