A new hospital-funded study found that 340B disproportionate share (DSH) hospital outpatient departments are more likely than other hospital outpatient departments and independent physician offices to treat Medicare beneficiaries with chronic conditions who are Black, disabled, or who have low incomes. | Shutterstock

340B DSH Hospitals More Likely To Treat Black, Disabled, and Low-Income Patients With Chronic Conditions, Study Indicates

340B disproportionate share (DSH) hospital outpatient departments are more likely than other hospital outpatient departments and independent physician offices to treat Medicare beneficiaries with chronic conditions who are Black, disabled, or who have low incomes, a new 340B hospital-funded study concludes. | Shutterstock

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