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The Pennsylvania Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would require adoption of a drug formulary.
Under Senate Bill 936, the Department of Labor and Industry will select a “nationally recognized, evidence-based prescription drug formulary appropriate for resolving issues related to drugs prescribed for or related to the treatment of work-related injuries, including, but not limited to, the type, dosage, and duration of prescriptions,” according to the bill’s latest text.
The vote was 34-16 and the bill will now go to the state House of Representatives.
A bill proposing a workers compensation drug formulary made its way past committee in the Louisiana Legislature on Thursday and has been sent to the House for a vote.