On Friday, July 13, California’s Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) posted for public comment (available here) its official rulemaking package for implementing Senate Bill 17 in California.
California’s Proposition 65 requires businesses to provide warnings with products or at facilities if they contain any chemicals (out of a list of around 900) at levels above specified safe harbor levels.
The history of local take back measures in California has mostly focused around the heavily populated Counties near the Pacific Coast. Now, with the passage of a take back ordinance in rural Tehama County, the issue has moved inland.
According to Kaiser Health News, patients overpay for prescriptions 23% of the time. Check out CLSA’s infographic calling for more accountability of Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs).
The California Legislature voted to approve a budget deal on June 14 between Democratic legislators and Governor Jerry Brown, which will be his last budget as governor. The budget was passed hours prior to the June 15 at midnight deadline, includes several significant wins for the life sciences sector.
CLSA is proud to endorse the Ensuring Patient Access to Critical Breakthrough Products Act (H.R. 5997), bipartisan legislation that bridges Medicare patient access gaps and modernizes policies to allow coverage of medical technologies approved through FDA’s expedited review process.
CLSA looks forward to working with Mayor-elect London Breed and her Administration to advance thoughtful policies that will grow and ensure the vibrancy of San Francisco’s treasured life sciences ecosystem.
As results from yesterday’s California Primary Elections continue trickling in, CLSA’s local government relations team would like to share a brief update on some local electoral results of note for the Bay Area, San Jose and San Diego.
As results from yesterday’s California Primary Elections continue trickling in, the CLSA federal government relations team would like to share a brief update on some anticipated changes in the makeup of our California delegation for the 117th Congress, and offer additional details on several key California congressional races you may be interested in.
As results from yesterday’s California Primary Elections continue trickling in, CLSA’s state government relations team would like to share a brief update on some anticipated changes in the makeup of the California Legislature, and offer additional details on several key California races you may be interested in.