DENVER (KDPR) – Tue Colorado Review Board on Prescription Drug Affordability will meet on Friday morning to review expensive drugs and possibly set payment caps.
The five-member board is tasked with reviewing prescription drugs to determine if they are unaffordable and assessing their impact on Coloradons. They can recommend cost management options and set payment caps for certain medications.
The Board also has a 15-member Advisory Board that provides input to stakeholders on prescription drug affordability to ensure they are informed.
During Friday’s virtual meeting, there will be time for public comment where citizens can talk about the drug they are struggling to pay for. If a drug is found to be unaffordable, the board may set a payment cap.
Decisions made on Friday can be appealed within 60 days of the meeting.
The meeting is at 10am on Zoom and there is still time time to sign up and make a public comment.
You can also make a written comment.
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