Oregon became another state to further increase its oversight over PBMs. Oregon has required PBM registration since 2013, however, it had no actual oversight over PBMs operating in the state. The new law – coming in effect on January 1, 2018 – grants Oregon Department of Consumer Services (DCS) the authority to deny, revoke, or “suspend a PBM registration for specified conduct, including engaging in dishonesty, fraud or gross negligence in the conduct of business as a pharmacy benefit manager and refusing to be examined or to produce accounts, records or files for examination by the department.” In addition, pharmacies may file a complaint with the DCS alleging misconduct by a PBM. The full text of the bill.