Our six-part investigative series takes an in-depth look into a question often asked by 340B providers: Why can’t they access 340B pricing on one of Bristol Myers Squibb/Celgene’s most profitable drug products? We also delve into serious fraud allegations, Congressional oversight, and the possibility of a renewed focus on this contentious area under new leadership at the U.S. Health and Human Services Department. Throughout the series, we also provide BMS/Celgene's viewpoint, their justification for their drug pricing practices, limited distribution policies and why they believe they are following the law.

Bristol Myers Squibb/Celgene Myeloma Drugs: Patient-Safety or Profit Motive? Part 4

The impact on health care providers of being unable to access Revlimid at the 340B price is significant, financially and in terms of patient care, according to numerous health system representatives that 340B Report interviewed. (All current and former health system and hospital representatives interviewed for this series declined to be identified, explaining that they did not want to jeopardize their relationships with BMS. Nearly all declined to be quoted.)

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