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Prescription Drug Data Collection Report Due (6/1/24)

The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 requires insurance carriers and self-insured health plans to submit information to CMS about spending on medical treatment, which includes spending on prescription drugs. Reporting for calendar year 2023 will be due on June 1, 2024.

Important Date
06/1/24 – report due for the 2023 calendar year.

Federal Government Resources

Reporting instructions, FAQs, templates, and more
Prescription Drug Data Collection (RxDC)
CMS | Apr 2024

Recorded Webinar: RxDC Training: Introduction to P2, D1, & HIOS
CMS | Mar 2023

No Surprises Act: Prescription Drug and Health Care Spending


RxDC Reporting in Light of June 1, 2024 Deadline and Recent PBM Litigation
Verrill | Apr 2024

Compliance Alert: Reminder: RxDC Reporting Due June 1st
Woodruff | Apr 2024

New RxDC reporting instructions: Headaches or opportunities?
Mercer | Feb 2024

RxDC Reporting Considerations for Employers in 2024
Newfront | Mar 2024

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