A new study finds that contract pharmacy growth patterns differ between 340B hospital and non-hospital entities.

Economists Say 340B Hospital and Grantee Entities Use Contract Pharmacy for Different Reasons

Contract pharmacy growth patterns differ between 340B hospital and non-hospital entities, suggesting they may use 340B differently and should be subject to different 340B rules, new research in the American Journal of Managed Care concludes.

The authors, who previously have studied and commented on hospitals’ use of 340B, looked for differences in contract pharmacy expansion between hospitals and other covered entities based on local insurance rates, poverty rates, medically underserved status, and rural status.

Contract pharmacy growth patterns differ between 340B hospital and non-hospital entities, suggesting they may use 340B differently and should be subject to different 340B rules, new research concludes.

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