Ohio is leading the way in taking on the so-called pharmacy benefit managers, the supply-chain middlemen who work in secret, fixing drug pricing without scrutiny. These private subcontractors have been accused of overcharging patients for health benefits, underpaying pharmacists and keeping most of the profits for themselves. Today on All Sides, pharmacy benefit managers and efforts by the states to get some clarity.
- Cathy Candisky, Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch
- Donnie Sullivan, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, The Ohio State University
- Robin Feldman, Professor of Law, Director of the Institute for Innovation Law, University of California Hastings