The Biden administration wants to repeal ex-President Trump's regulation that has helped to cast doubt on the authority of 340B program guidance.

Biden Moves to End Trump’s Limits on HHS Guidance Including for 340B

The Biden administration yesterday formally announced that it wants to repeal a regulation issued during ex-President Trump’s last days in office that has helped to cast doubt on the authority of federal health care guidance, including for the 340B program. 340B Report first reported on this effort on Oct. 14.

The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has said for years that its limited power to issue binding and enforceable 340B program regulations and subsequent reliance on guidance interpreting what the 340B statute means hamstrings its ability to police the program.

The Biden administration yesterday formally announced that it wants to repeal a regulation issued during ex-President Trump’s last days in office that has helped to cast doubt on the authority of federal health care guidance, including for the 340B program.

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