California says its consolidation of Medicaid prescription drug services under Medicaid fee for service (Medi-Cal Rx) does not deprive 340B health centers of revenue to which they are entitled.

California Asks Judge to Dismiss 340B Health Centers’ Suit Challenging Medicaid Drug Payment Change

California’s consolidation on Jan. 1 of all its Medicaid (Medi-Cal) prescription drug services under Medi-Cal fee for service does not violate federal law and does not deprive the state’s 340B health centers “of any reimbursement or revenue to which they are entitled under law,” the state Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) told a federal district judge in Sacramento last week.

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