In 2017, West Virginia passed a step-therapy law that placed guardrails on step-therapy policies to protect health care consumers. Step therapy, also known as fail-first, requires consumers to try and fail on alternative treatments before the plan will cover the originally prescribed treatment. To ensure providers are aware of their rights and benefits under this new law, Aimed Alliance has developed the below fact sheet containing important information regarding West Virginia’s step-therapy law. Read the new Fact Sheet here.
Last Updated on April 22, 2023 by Aimed Alliance