Montana lawmaker Al Olszewski and state insurance commissioner Matt Rosendale are going after a generally hidden part of the health care system, with new regulations aimed at bringing down prescription drug costs. Companies in the drug supply chain, and the state’s biggest health insurance companies are
In recent years, State Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale has tried to change how individuals called pharmacy benefit managers, or PBMs, operate in the state.
According to Montana officials, PBMs negotiate deals between drug manufacturers and insurance companies and government health plans that supply them to patients. Those deals are often incredibly difficult to navigate and almost impossible for the consumer to follow or understand.
Mr. Rosendale will be taking your calls and texts.
President of the Montana State Senate Scott Sales (R) Bozeman & Senator Dan Salomon (R) Ronan
Montana farms, ranches and ag related businesses are experiencing both unparalleled successes and challenges. The GATE tradeshow offers a 40 year history of showcasing vendors and being a great place for people to network, learn about new products and spend time with their neighbors.
Vendors are coming from every sector of the agriculture industry and from multiple states and Canada. This will prove to one of the best years yet. Free seminars will now be held both Friday and Saturday.
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