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Senate Panel Backs Penalizing Drugmakers for their 340B Contract Pharmacy Actions

The Democratic-controlled Senate Appropriations Committee says it's pleased with HRSA's response to six drug manufacturers’ denials of 340B drug discounts involving contract pharmacy.

U.S. Senate appropriators say they’re happy with the federal government’s response to six drug manufacturers’ denials of 340B drug discounts involving contract pharmacy.

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Biden Moves to End Trump’s Limits on HHS Guidance Including for 340B

The Biden administration wants to repeal ex-President Trump's regulation that has helped to cast doubt on the authority of 340B program guidance.

The Biden administration yesterday formally announced that it wants to repeal a regulation issued during ex-President Trump’s last days in office that has helped to cast doubt on the authority of federal health care guidance, including for the 340B program.

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Key Considerations to Reduce Impact of Contract Pharmacy Restrictions

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Confucius once said that “roads were made for journeys, not destinations.” Hudson Headwaters has been at the forefront of the 340B journey for 20 years while continuously leveraging field-driven experience to help clients effectively navigate and manage their 340B involvement. Our goal is to prevent the 340B program model from reaching an unexpected destination.

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Appeals Court Affirms Dismissal of Privacy Lawsuit Involving 340B Contract Pharmacy

A federal appeals court affirmed the legality of Walgreens' handling of customers' personal identifying information for 340B purposes.

A federal appeals court has affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit alleging that Walgreens’ internal transfer of pharmacy customers’ personal identifying information (PII) for 340B drug discount drug purposes violates South Carolina and federal privacy laws.

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BMS Tells 340B Entities It Has Lifted Purchasing Limits on Leukemia Drug

BMS's Celgene subsidiary has lifted purchasing limits for 340B covered entities and non-340B buyers on its injectable acute myeloid leukemia (AML) drug Vidaza.

Bristol Myers Squibb’s Celgene subsidiary has removed purchasing limits due to demand-related supply constraints on its injectable acute myeloid leukemia (AML) drug Vidaza that have been in place since May 2020.

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CaptureRx Announces Over 120 New Improvements

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A little over 2 years ago, CaptureRx launched Cumulus 4.0 (C4) with the goal of delivering the most robust and compliant 340B platform in the industry while allowing for continuous improvements to be implemented with ease. Since the time of launch, CaptureRx has added over 120 new enhancements and upgrades to its Cumulus platform helping organizations improve productivity and take their 340B management

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During Crucial Oral Arguments in AstraZeneca 340B Suit, Feds Urge Judge to Take a Fresh Look at Their Case

A federal district judge in Delaware heard arguments yesterday in AstraZeneca's 340B contract pharmacy lawsuit against the government.

A federal government lawyer told a judge during a hearing yesterday that the government’s case against AstraZeneca and other drug companies that deny 340B drug discounts when covered entities use contract pharmacies is “in a very different posture” than it

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Arkansas Ending PhRMA Proceeding Against State 340B Contract Pharmacy Law as Focus Turns to Federal Lawsuit

Arkansas's insurance commissioner is ending PhRMA's state administrative proceeding to stop his department from implementing and enforcing the state’s 340B contract pharmacy law.

The Arkansas Insurance Department (AID) is ending the drug industry’s state administrative proceeding to stop the department from implementing and enforcing the state’s novel 340B contract pharmacy law.

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340B ADR Rule Is Fundamentally Defective, PhRMA Tells Federal Court

PhRMA told a federal court in Baltimore, Md., that none of the federal government's legal arguments "can hide the fundamental defects" in the 340B ADR rule.

Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America told a federal district judge last week that the federal government has failed to refute PhRMA’s contention that the regulation establishing the 340B administrative dispute resolution (ADR) process “is unconstitutional, procedurally defective, and relies

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University White Paper on 340B Says Pharma and Hospitals Will Keep Testing 340B’s Bounds Until Congress Acts

Pharma and hospitals will keep testing the bounds of the 340B program until Congress steps in, a University of Southern California (USC) health policy research fellow predicts in a new white paper.

Drug manufacturers and hospitals “will likely continue to test the bounds” of the 340B program until Congress passes legislation addressing multiple concerns about it, a University of Southern California (USC) health policy research fellow says in a new white paper.

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