Financially distressed critical access hospitals should be allowed to keep their 340B drug discounts if they opt under a new federal law to downgrade into emergency hospitals to remain solvent, rural health advocates told CMS in comments on proposed rules to implement the law.

Advocates Urge Feds to Allow Distressed Rural Hospitals to Remain 340B Eligible

Congress and the White House should let financially distressed critical access hospitals keep their 340B drug discounts if they opt under a new law to downgrade into emergency hospitals to remain solvent, rural health advocates told federal health officials in comments on proposed rules to implement the law.

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