Q. What is RxReconn®?
A. RxReconn® is NCPDP’s unique tracking tool that allows users to search for legislative and regulatory activity using topics identified by NCPDP members and RxReconn® users.
Q. Who can subscribe to RxReconn®?
A. RxReconn is available to both NCPDP members and non-members for a nominal fee. (See below for more information).
Q. What does RxReconn® do?
A. It allows users to run ad-hoc reports on the current legislative session at the state and federal level. A user can also set up customized emailed reports that are delivered automatically, based on the frequency preference the user selects. For example, a user can get a weekly report of all legislative activity related to healthcare standards.
Q. What is included in the reports?
A. Reports include high-level information on a bill, such as who introduced it, and when, and a summary of the content. From there, users can drill down to see when new iterations were drafted, as well as the full bill text for each iteration.
Q. How often is RxReconn® updated?
A. Daily, overnight. A team of dedicated staff review bills during business hours, so they are capturing changes all day long. Those changes are then loaded into RxReconn® every night. A user should only experience a day, or sometimes two days, lag from bill update to its appearing in RxReconn®.
Q. Can I search for bills using keywords?
A. You have access to the full bill text, so you can search within bills for certain keywords. However, you cannot search for a bill using those keywords. The topics are meant to give you the ability to search for only the bills that are relevant to you, filtering out everything else.
Q. Does the tool include all bills and laws related to each topic?
A. RxReconn® is a tool for tracking what is currently happening at the state and federal level. Once the bills become law, they no long appear under topic searches for legislation or regulations.
Q. How much does RxReconn® cost?
A. RxReconn® Subscription
NCPDP Members $2500