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A federal district court yesterday sealed the records of the audit, expulsion from 340B, and reinstatement of a South Carolina health center for allegedly diverting 340B-acquired drugs to ineligible patients.

Federal Court Seals HRSA’s Records in Health Center’s 340B Patient Definition Lawsuit

A federal district court in South Carolina yesterday sealed the federal government’s records of the audit, expulsion, and reinstatement of a health center for allegedly diverting 340B-acquired drugs to ineligible patients.

The court order was in Genesis Health Care’s lawsuit contesting the 340B patient definition’s legality. It came eight days after the court ordered 340B Report to destroy and not reveal the contents of the records, which were not under seal at the time and obtained by 340B Report legally.

A federal district court in South Carolina yesterday sealed the federal government’s records of the audit, expulsion, and reinstatement of a health center for allegedly diverting 340B-acquired drugs to ineligible patients.

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