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AUTO NO-FAULT RESOURCE GUIDE

Inside you will find:

  • A state-by-state guide to the pharmacy fee schedule (interactive map version ​below)
  • Jurisdictional maps highlighting key auto no-fault laws and regulations.
  • Top 25 medications ranked as a percentage of total spend
  • Top 25 medications ranked as a percentage of the total number of prescriptions
  • Top 25 medications ranked as a percentage of generic spend
  • Brand-Generic Index medications

 

Click on a state below to view fee schedule information for that state.

GLOBAL OPIOID PRESCRIBING RESTRICTIONS

Florida – 2018: Prescriptions for acute pain limited to a three-day supply with exceptions for a maximum of up to seven-day supply

Hawaii – 2018: Limits initial co-prescribing of opioids and benzodiazepines to no more than a seven-day supply

Kentucky – 2017: Limits prescriptions of any schedule II controlled substance to treat acute pain to a three-day supply

Michigan – 2018: Limits prescriptions for opioids to treat acute pain to no more than a seven-day supply over a seven-day period

Minnesota – 2017: When treating acute pain prescriptions for any schedule II – IV controlled substance which is an opioid/narcotic is limited to a four-day supply

New Jersey – 2017: Initial prescriptions for an opioid drug is limited to a five-day supply

New York – 2016 – Initial prescriptions for treatment of acute pain is limited to a seven-day supply

Oregon – NA

Pennsylvania – 2016 – Limits to a seven-day supply when written by an emergency care or urgent care clinic prescriber