Andrea Palm, President Biden's pick to be HHS Deputy Secretary, indicated in response to a question during her confirmation hearing today that "there are things [HHS] can and needs to be doing" about 340B hospitals' complaints about drugs manufacturers and PBMs.

BREAKING: Key GOP U.S. Senator Presses HHS Deputy Secretary Nominee to Take Action on 340B

Andrea Palm, President Biden’s pick to be the number two official at the U.S. Health and Human Services Department (HHS), pledged during her U.S. Senate confirmation hearing this morning to make sure that the 340B “is working as it is supposed to be working,” in response to a senior Republican senator’s concerns about drugmakers denying 340B discounts on drugs dispensed by contract pharmacies and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) imposing conditions on 340B hospitals’ drug reimbursement.

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