Chamber Drops Suit Over Drug Price Transparency After Admin Defers Enforcement

By Amy Lotven / August 26, 2021 at 1:03 PM
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday (Aug. 25) voluntarily dropped its lawsuit over a health care coverage transparency rule provision requiring insurers, including employer group plans, disclose drug prices in machine-readable formats after the Biden administration deferred enforcement, delayed start dates and reopened key pieces of the broader rule. HHS, Treasury, and the Department of Labor announced the enforcement delay in a frequently asked questions (FAQ) document released Friday (Aug. 23) . The Chamber’s suit, filed Aug. 10 in...

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