BMS yesterday imposed restrictions on 340B pricing on most of its covered outpatient drugs, while liberalizing its policy on access to 340B pricing on its expensive cancer drugs Revlimid, Pomalyst, and Thalomid.

BMS Clamps Down on 340B Contract Pharmacy for Most of its Drugs but Expands 340B Access to its Controversial Myeloma Meds Program

Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) yesterday became the 12th drug manufacturer to impose restrictions on 340B pricing when hospitals and grantee covered entities contract with pharmacies to dispense drugs to patients.

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