Rx in Reach GA Celebrates Step Therapy Reform in Georgia!

The Rx In Reach Georgia Coalition acknowledged their hard work in passing HB 63 this past legislative session and celebrated the fact that step therapy reform will be going into effect in Georgia July 1, 2019!

This has been 3 years in the making for the Rx In Reach Georgia Coalition.

Rx in Reach GA Members Celebrate the Passage Step Therapy Legislation in Georgia

Rx in Reach GA Coalition is celebrating the passage of HB 63, Step Therapy Patient Protections, signed into law on April 25, 2019.



Peace of Easter! Freedom of Passover!

Peach of Easter! Freedom of Passover!

Just an update on ARxC’s persevering movement to help Georgians….

Opinion: Fixing 'Step Therapy' Can Help Solve Pain Crisis

Check out this latest AJC Opinion by Representative Kim Schofield:



Georgia lawmakers consider bill giving doctors more say in prescriptions over insurers

Call your State Senator and ask him/her to vote for HB 63 Step Therapy Reform

The Step Therapy bill will be voted on at the Senate Labor & Insurance Committee March 14 at 2PM in 310 CLOB.

Please call your State Senator and ask him/her to vote for HB 63 Step Therapy Reform. You can also send a template email directly to your Senator at

Hearing for Governor's Risky Health Proposal Delayed; Keep Up the Pressure

The Georgia House Special Committee on Access to Quality Health Care postponed this afternoon's hearing on the Patients First Act (SB 106)Thank you to everyone who contacted your state representative over the past 24 hours. Your help remains crucial to inform committee members that this flawed, risky proposal would exc

1 in 4 doctors say prior authorization has led to a serious adverse event

Read the full report on the 2018 American Medical Association (AMA) Prior Authorization (PA) Survey at

HB 63 Passed the Georgia House



Georgia House of Representatives Passes Legislation to Reform Step Therapy Insurance Practice

HB 63 Allows Physicians to Override ‘Fail First’ Insurer Decisions in Treatment of Cancer, MS, Diabetes, Psoriasis, Arthritis & Other Chronic Conditions when Medically Necessary;

More than 20 States Have Already Enacted Similar Laws