Effective November 1, 2023
Enforcement of The Patient’s Right to Pharmacy Choice Act will be regulated by the Attorney General’s office.
Licensing Regulation will remain under the jurisdiction of the Insurance Department.
|Appointing Authority||Representing||Appointee||Term Begins||Term Expires|
|Governor||Consumer not employed by or professionally related to the insurance, pharmacy or PBM industry||Rose Thomas-Bendel||6/1/2021||6/30/2027|
|Governor||Consumer not employed by or professionally related to the insurance, pharmacy or PBM industry||Gena Perry||8/26/2022||6/30/2027|
|Insurance Commissioner||Pharmacy Benefits Manager/Insurance Industry||Teah Corley||7/1/2023||6/30/2028|
|Insurance Commissioner||Pharmacy Benefits Manager/Insurance Industry||Mark Lewandowski||7/1/2023||6/30/2028|
|Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy||Pharmacists||Melanie Maxwell||5/19/2021||6/30/2023|
|Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy||Pharmacists||Colby Brewster||8/1/2023||6/30/2028|
|Attorney General||Office of the Attorney General||Anthony J. Ferate||1/3/2022||6/30/2024|
*Commission Members shall be appointed for initial staggered terms. Subsequent terms will be for five (5) years. The terms of the Commission Members shall expire on the thirtieth (30th) day of June of the year designated for the expiration of the term for which appointed, but the member shall serve until a qualified successor has been duly appointed. Except for the initial staggered terms, developed in HB2123 (2021) no person shall be appointed to serve more than two (2) consecutive terms.