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The GAO is asking 340B hospitals that applied to get their eligibility restored if they give low-income uninsured patients a break on drug prices at their contract and in-house pharmacies.

340B Report Exclusive: GAO Is Asking Hospitals if They Share 340B Savings with Low-Income Uninsured Patients at Contract Pharmacies

A federal watchdog agency wants to know if 340B hospitals give low-income uninsured patients a break on drug prices at their contract and in-house pharmacies as part of the agency’s evaluation of a law that helps some hospitals forced out of 340B during the COVID-19 pandemic get their 340B eligibility back.

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