Hemophila Association of NJ (2018-2019)

 

Bill: A2431
Sponsors: Benson (D14); Jimenez (D32); DeCroce (R26); Eustace (D38) +9
Summary: Requires health insurers to limit patient cost-sharing and provide appeal process concerning certain prescription drug coverage.
Related: 2018:S1865; 2016:A2337; 2016:S814; 2014:A4595; 2014:S3142
History: 02/01/2018 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.
06/11/2018 – Reported out of committee, referred to Assembly Appropriations Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: A2528
Sponsors: Dancer (R12)
Summary: Establishes the New Jersey Rare Disease Advisory Council.
Related: 2016:A3137; 2014:A4056
History: 02/01/2018 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: A3277
Sponsors: Vainieri Huttle (D37)
Summary: Regulates certain practices of pharmacy benefits management companies.
Related: 2016:A898; 2014:A1358; 2014:S277; 2012:A3156; 2012:S2880
History: 02/12/2018 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: A3284
Sponsors: Vainieri Huttle (D37)
Summary: Increases loss ratio reporting and disclosure requirements for carriers offering individual and group health insurance plans; applies loss ratio requirement to large group health insurance plans.
Related: 2016:A2295; 2014:A2645; 2014:S2063; 2012:A2393; 2012:S1466; 2010:A588; 2010:S1347; 2008:A4161
History: 02/12/2018 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: A3566
Sponsors: Vainieri Huttle (D37); Benson (D14); Downey (D11) +2
Summary: Establishes NJ Task Force on Coordination Among Nonprofit Social Service Organizations.
Related: 2016:A3364; 2016:A3477; 2016:S1526; 2014:A2652; 2014:S1207; 2012:A2167; 2012:S1751; 2010:A3158; 2010:S2375
History: 03/12/2018 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Human Services Committee.
05/10/2018 – Reported out of committee, 2nd reading in Assembly.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: A3993 Acs (ACS)
Sponsors: McKeon (D27); Dancer (R12); Andrzejczak (D1); Land (D1) +6
Summary: Prohibits pharmacy benefits managers from collecting "clawback" copayments and from prohibiting pharmacists from disclosing lower cost prescription options; provides certain penalties.
Related: 2018:S2690
History: 05/17/2018 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.
06/11/2018 – Reported out of committee with committee substitute, 2nd reading in Assembly.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: A4216
Sponsors: Lampitt (D6)
Summary: Establishes prescription drug pricing disclosure requirements and measures to reduce prescription drug costs.
Related: 2018:S2630
History: 06/21/2018 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: AJR55
Sponsors: Benson (D14); Murphy (D7); Weinberg (D37) +2
Summary: Designates March of each year as "Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month."
Related: 2018:SJR39; 2016:AJR175; 2016:SJR125
History: 02/01/2018 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee.
02/08/2018 – Transferred to Assembly Human Services Committee.
02/12/2018 – Reported out of committee, 2nd reading in Assembly.
02/15/2018 – Passed in Assembly 73-0-0.
02/22/2018 – Received in Senate w/o committee reference, 2nd reading in Senate.
02/26/2018 – Substituted for SJR-39. Passed in Senate and sent to Governor 38-0.
03/20/2018 – Signed by the Governor P.L.2018, JR-2.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S555
Sponsors: Gill (D34)
Summary: Requires Commissioner of Banking and Insurance to establish public awareness campaign about federally required health insurance exchange.
Related: 2016:S911; 2014:S534; 2012:A3878; 2012:S2673
History: 01/09/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S1044
Sponsors: Vitale (D19)
Summary: Requires individual health benefits plans to be offered solely through the federally-facilitated Health Insurance Marketplace for New Jersey.
Related: 2016:A4321; 2016:S2811
History: 01/22/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Commerce Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S1863
Sponsors: Gill (D34)
Summary: Regulates pharmacy benefits management companies.
Related: 2016:S617; 2014:A4279; 2014:S523; 2012:S557; 2010:A679; 2010:S162; 2008:A1578; 2008:S381; 2006:A320; 2006:S1291; 2004:A4444
History: 02/15/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Commerce Committee.
Position: Amend

 

Bill: S1865
Sponsors: Weinberg (D37); Kean (R21)
Summary: Requires health insurers to limit patient cost-sharing and provide appeal process concerning certain prescription drug coverage.
Related: 2018:A2431; 2016:A2337; 2016:S814; 2014:A4595; 2014:S3142
History: 02/15/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Commerce Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S2630
Sponsors: Singleton (D7); Gopal (D11) +1
Summary: Establishes prescription drug pricing disclosure requirements and measures to reduce prescription drug costs.
Related: 2018:A4216
History: 06/04/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S2690
Sponsors: Cryan (D20); Beach (D6) +2
Summary: Prohibits pharmacy benefits managers from collecting "clawback" copayments; requires certain language prohibiting "gag clauses" in contracts with pharmacists; provides certain penalties.
Related: 2018:A3993
History: 06/11/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Commerce Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S2694
Sponsors: Singleton (D7)
Summary: Permits certain managed care organizations to consider cost-effectiveness when placing prescription drug on formulary.
History: 06/11/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S2727
Sponsors: Ruiz (D29)
Summary: Prohibits pharmacy benefits managers from engaging in "clawback" and "gag clause" practices; requires certain price disclosures by pharmacists; requires Commissioner of Health to conduct public information campaign.
History: 06/14/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Commerce Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: SJR39
Sponsors: Weinberg (D37)
Summary: Designates March of each year as "Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month."
Related: 2018:AJR55; 2016:AJR175; 2016:SJR125
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.
02/15/2018 – Reported out of committee, 2nd reading in Senate.
02/26/2018 – Substituted by AJR-55.
Position: Monitor