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BREAKING: A Decade Overdue, HRSA Puts 340B Dispute Resolution Final Rule in Motion

A Decade Overdue, HRSA Puts 340B Dispute Resolution Final Rule in Motion

The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) yesterday sent the White House for approval a final rule to create a binding administrative dispute resolution (ADR) process for the 340B program.

Congress, more than 10 years ago in the Affordable Care Act, required the U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) secretary to publish a regulation establishing a binding 340B ADR system, to replace 340B’s then 14 year old, informal dispute resolution process. Congress wanted the job done in 180 days.

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