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Major Bipartisan Senate 340B Overhaul Could be Introduced by August

Legislation to overhaul the 340B program from a bipartisan group of six senators may be formally introduced by August.
A long-anticipated bipartisan Senate bill to overhaul the 340B program appears on track for introduction before Congress enters recess at [...]

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Group Representing Large Community Health Centers Slams 340B Bill Endorsed by NACHC and PhRMA  

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The health center advocacy group behind a proposed 340B program alternative recently slammed the 340B ACCESS Act, saying the newly introduced drug discount program overhaul bill would make it harder for members to leverage the 340B program and care for patients.
The health center advocacy group behind a proposed 340B program alternative recently slammed the 340B ACCESS Act, saying the newly [...]

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Advanced 340B Education: Staying Informed and Empowered

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The 340B drug pricing program is a critical resource for covered entities and stakeholders, providing access to affordable medications for vulnerable patient populations. To ensure that you are well equipped to navigate the complexities of the program, the

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Delaware House Passes 340B Contract Pharmacy Access Bill that Adds Reporting Requirements, Removes Protections for Hospitals

The Delaware House recently passed a 340B contract pharmacy access bill that removed protections for hospitals included in a previous version.
The Delaware House late last week overwhelmingly passed a bill to prohibit drugmaker 340B contract pharmacy restrictions on grantee covered [...]

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Despite Unanimously Passing Senate, Rhode Island Fails to Pass Contract Pharmacy Protection Bill 

A state Senate-passed bill that would have prohibited 340B contract pharmacy restrictions in Rhode Island failed to clear the House before lawmakers in the Ocean State wrapped up their 2024 session last week.
A state Senate-endorsed bill that would have prohibited 340B contract pharmacy restrictions in Rhode Island failed to clear the legislature [...]

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In Op-Ed for Prominent Local Publication, Virginia Health Center Leader Pans Governor for Vetoing State 340B Protection Bill

Tracy Douglas, CEO of the Virginia Community Healthcare Association, penned an op-ed criticizing the state governor's decision to veto a 340B contract pharmacy access bill.
A leading Virginia health center advocate published an op-ed late last week blasting Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) for choosing “Big [...]

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Three Things Hospitals and Grantees Need to Know About HRSA’s 340B New Administrative Dispute Resolution Rule

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On April 19, 2024—fourteen years after the Congressional deadline—the Health Resources and Services Administration published its final rule for the 340B Administrative Dispute Resolution process. The rule goes into effect today, June 18. Although HRSA restarted its stalled ADR rulemaking

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Sanofi Sues HHS, HRSA for Contract Details Between Covered Entities, Pharmacies

Drug manufacturer Sanofi has sued the federal government for information about contracts between covered entities and contract pharmacies.
French drugmaker Sanofi recently filed suit against federal agencies seeking details from contracts between 340B covered entities and outside pharmacies. [...]

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In Stinging Op-Ed, West Virginia Senate Leader Bashes Drug Industry and Rejects Efforts to Politicize 340B Program

Craig Blair, president of the West Virginia Senate and the state’s lieutenant governor, condemned “Washington, D.C., special interests posing as defenders of hardworking conservative voters” for mischaracterizing the reasons why he lost his Republican primary reelection bid. (Photo courtesy: WV Legislature)
A key West Virginia lawmaker this week hit back against efforts to tie the 340B program to partisan politics, arguing [...]

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Verity Panel Discussion: 340B Outlook from Washington, D.C. & the States

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Join us for coffee and listen to a panel of 340B national leaders for a discussion that promises to bring you unique and candid viewpoints on the latest 340B developments.

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