About two thirds (64%) of CAHs and one third (33%) of larger, more urban hospitals say their ability to keep their doors open would be affected if drug company 340B contract pharmacy restrictions become more widespread.

Drug Makers’ 340B Pricing Restrictions Hit Small Rural Hospitals Especially Hard, Survey Shows

Small rural hospitals have lost on average 39% of their 340B contract pharmacy savings due to drug manufacturers’ conditions on 340B pricing while larger, mostly urban hospitals have lost on average 23%, a hospital group’s member survey shows.

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