Step Therapy Protocol

At The Table – May 8, 2019

Elected Officials Join in Recognizing Medical Alley Day in Minnesota; Attend MAA Annual Dinner Just under two weeks ago, Governor Tim Walz issued a proclamation making April 24 Medical Alley Day in Minnesota. Issued to coincide with the 2019 Medical Alley Association Annual Dinner, the proclamation recognized the positive impact the Medical Alley community has […]

May 9, 2018: Capitol News

Minnesota Legislative Update Step Therapy Protocol and Override (HF3196 – Rep. Fenton, Sen. Utke) passes off House Floor unanimously The Minnesota House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill – HF3196 (Fenton) – establishing step therapy protocol and override for prescription drugs on Monday afternoon. Medical Alley Association is a member of the coalition in support […]

May 1, 2018: Capitol News

Senators Amy Klobuchar & Tina Smith Hold Roundtable on Net Neutrality This past Friday, Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith hosted a roundtable at TreeHouse Health with Senator Ed Markey (Massachusetts) about Net Neutrality. Nearly a dozen stakeholders – including Medical Alley Association members John Brownlee from vidscrip and Uziel Marte from Zipnosis – discussed […]

April 24, 2018: Capitol News

Last week at the Capitol Last week saw a flurry of activity at the Minnesota Capitol. Supplemental budget bills for all finance committees in the House and Senate were put forward and passed. Medical Alley Association is closely tracking all of the bills; however, five (three in the House, two in the Senate) are of […]

April 17, 2018: Capitol News

Roundtable with Congressman Erik Paulsen Last Monday, Medical Alley Association hosted Congressman Paulsen for a roundtable meeting with several Medical Alley Association members.. Discussion centered on the great, innovative work being done by Medical Alley companies in a number of areas – including products that could help combat the opioid epidemic and saving consumers time […]

April 6, 2018: Capitol News

Recap of the 2018 Legislative Session (so far) The Minnesota legislature is on ‘spring break’ this week following two intense weeks of committee hearings. Last Thursday (March 29) was the second committee deadline – so unless a bill has made it through all necessary committees, it will meet one of three fates: dead for the […]

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