CVS has asked a New York state court to dismiss an antitrust lawsuit alleging that the chain is forcing the state’s 340B covered entities to use its 340B third party administrator Wellpartner.

CVS Moves to Dismiss New York AG’s Antitrust Suit That Alleges Monopolistic Behavior Related to Wellpartner

CVS Health Corp. has asked a New York state court to dismiss the state’s antitrust lawsuit alleging that the pharmacy chain is forcing the state’s 340B covered entities to use its 340B third party administrator Wellpartner as a condition for letting the entities contract with CVS retail and specialty pharmacies to dispense 340B-purchased drugs.

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