340B Hospital Critics Ramp Up Efforts on Capitol Hill and in Media

ASAP 340B is one of multiple critics of hospital participation in 340B to recently increase lobbying and media efforts, including an online advertising campaign pictured above.
Critics of hospital participation in the 340B discount drug program are ramping up efforts, as a bipartisan group of senators [...]

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Genesis CEO Praises Court Decision, Blasts HRSA, NACHC, State Primary Care Association

Tony Megna, CEO and general counsel of Genesis Healthcare, shared his first public comments with 340B Report on a key 340B court decision.
In his first public comments since a key federal court decision on the 340B patient definition, the leader of a [...]

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AHA Warns of ‘Adverse Impact’ from Lack of 340B Provisions in New MA Rule

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AHA's Ashley Thompson wrote that a proposed Medicare Advantage payment rule could have “double the adverse impact” on 340B hospitals.
The nation’s leading hospital group warned the decision by federal regulators not to address 340B policy in a new proposed [...]

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340B Reforms Urged by Centrist Democrat Group with Drugmaker Ties

Darbin Wofford, a health policy advisor at Third Way, said his organization is urging Congressional Democrats to adopt 340B program reforms.
A center-left group that has received pharmaceutical industry funding is urging a series of 340B reforms that it hopes to [...]

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Hospitals to Meet with White House, HHS About 340B Dispute Resolution Process

The White House plans to release a revised administrative dispute resolution process for the 340B program this month.
Hospital groups will meet with federal executive branch officials to discuss coming changes to the 340B program’s administrative dispute resolution [...]

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Louisiana Provider Group to Intervene in Second 340B Contract Pharmacy Lawsuit

A federal district judge allowed the Louisiana Primary Care Association's to intervene in a second drug industry lawsuit challenging Louisiana's 340B contract pharmacy law.
A Louisiana provider group was allowed to support the state attorney general’s legal defense of Louisiana’s 340B contract pharmacy law [...]

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Hospitals Continue Lobbying Push to Extend Pandemic-Era 340B Eligibility Waiver

Heywood Hospital joined a coalition of 340B hospitals and providers groups that has asked Congress to extend a 340B eligibility exemption waiver.
A growing coalition of 340B hospitals has asked lawmakers to extend 340B program eligibility exemptions first authorized during the COVID-19 [...]

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340B Hospitals Charge Higher Commercial Insurance Prices, Says PhRMA Funded Report

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Neil Masia, Ph.D., authored a Health Capital Group report that found 340B hospitals charge higher commercial insurance prices than non-340B hospitals.
The average hospital in the 340B program charges commercial insurers more than non-340B hospitals, according to a new report, which [...]

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Indiana Health Care Leaders Call for 340B Transparency in Op-Ed

Two Indiana Health Center leaders—TJ Warren (left) and Ben Harvey (right)—called for greater 340B program transparency in a recent op-ed.
The CEOs of an Indiana-based community health center and a primary care association recently wrote an op-ed that called for [...]

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Senate Finance Committee Republicans Oppose CMS Plan to Redefine Medicaid Best Price

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A group of Republicans on the Senate Finance Committee have called on CMS to withdraw its plan to rewrite the definition of Medicaid best price.
A group of Senate Republicans recently urged federal regulators to withdraw a plan to change the definition of a drug’s [...]

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