State Disclosures

Colorado Disclosure Act

Colo. Rev. Stat. § 12-280-308 requires pharmaceutical manufacturers, when engaging in prescription drug marketing, to provide the wholesale acquisition cost (WAC) of the drug to Colorado prescribers. Under Colorado law, the names of generic prescription drugs (if available) from the same therapeutic class (i.e., same or similar mechanism of action used to treat a specific condition) shall also be provided.

Connecticut Disclosure Act

Connecticut Public Act No. 23-171 requires the disclosure of the list price of a legend drug when a pharmaceutical representative provides information concerning such legend drug to prescribing practitioners or pharmacists, based on the dose and quantity of such legend drug as described in the medication package insert.

Vermont Disclosure Act

Vermont law 33 V.S.A. §2005a mandates that pharmaceutical manufacturers disclose to Vermont physicians and other prescribers the average wholesale price (AWP) of drugs they market within the state as well as the prices of other drugs in the same therapeutic class. Under Vermont law, "therapeutic class" is defined as the therapeutic class listed in the 2004 American Hospital Formulary Service Pharmacologic-Therapeutic Classification published by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists (available at

Incyte Corporation has listed these therapeutic class prices in Long Form Disclosures as required under Vermont Law.