The 340B orphan drug exclusion incentivizes manufacturers to get orphan designations for drugs approved to treat common diseases or conditions, a new government report says.

Drug Manufacturers May Seek Orphan Designations to Avoid Paying 340B Discounts, HHS OIG Concludes

The ban on 340B discounts on orphan drugs for rural and free-standing cancer hospitals may give drug companies a powerful incentive “to seek orphan designation for drugs approved to treat common diseases or conditions,” the U.S. Health and Human Services Department Office of the Inspector General (OIG) says in a new report.

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