Covered entities are studying how a new drug pricing bill would affect access to 340B pricing on drugs subject to Medicare price negotiation.

Analysts Still Digesting Senate Democratic Drug Pricing Bill’s 340B Changes

If Congress votes to gives Medicare the power to negotiate some drug prices, drug manufacturers would not have to provide price concessions that exceed the lower of a drug’s 340B price or the Medicare negotiated price, according to a summary of draft drug pricing legislation that U.S. Senate Democrats released Wednesday.

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