The American Hospital Association asked Express Scripts this week to immediately withdraw its new 340B claims identification requirement for covered entities and their contract pharmacies.

AHA Wants Express Scripts to End 340B Claims ID Policy Immediately

The American Hospital Association (AHA) told pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts (ESI) this week its new 340B claims identification requirement for covered entities and their contract pharmacies “is a major overreach” and should be withdrawn immediately.

An ESI spokesperson was not immediately available for comment regarding AHA’s June 15 letter.

The American Hospital Association (AHA) told pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts (ESI) this week its new 340B claims identification requirement for covered entities and their contract pharmacies “is a major overreach” and should be withdrawn immediately.

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