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Letter in support of improving patient drug affordability through standardized benefit plans

We, the undersigned 40 organizations, on behalf of millions of patients and American consumers who live with complex conditions such as HIV, autoimmune diseases, cancer, diabetes, lupus, hemophilia, and hepatitis, write in response to the request for comments on the proposed rule that would amend the 2022 payment and parameters rule. The patients we represent appreciate all you are doing to make healthcare more accessible and affordable for beneficiaries. There are many aspects of the proposed rule that we support; however, one issue that we would like to focus on is your desire to offer standardized options for qualified health plans beginning in 2023.

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Comments in response to request for information re: reporting on pharmacy benefits and prescription drug costs

We, the undersigned 58 organizations, on behalf of millions of patients and American consumers who live with complex conditions such as HIV, autoimmune diseases, cancer, diabetes, lupus, multiple sclerosis, and hepatitis, write in response to the Request for Information Regarding Reporting on Pharmacy Benefits and Prescription Drug Costs.  The patients we represent rely on prescription drugs to treat their health conditions and prevent others. We are pleased that the Biden administration is moving forward with the requirement that insurance plans must report on various data points associated with prescription drug spending. We believe with this greater understanding and transparency of prescription drug costs, you can better implement policies and measures that increase competition, improve prescription drug affordability and access for the American people. 

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Support of Louisiana SB 94 so that patients can afford their prescription medications

The HIV+HEP Policy Institute is a leading HIV and hepatitis policy organization promoting quality and affordable healthcare for people living with or at risk of HIV, hepatitis, and other serious and chronic health conditions. We strongly support Senate Bill 94, which would require health insurers and health care service contractors to accept and count payments made on behalf of patients towards deductibles and out‐of‐pocket maximums.

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