The federal government said this week that hospital groups should not be allowed to participate as third parties in Novo Nordisk's lawsuit against the government over enforcement of its 340B contract pharmacy requirements.

Feds Oppose Hospitals’ Motion to Intervene in Novo Nordisk’s 340B Lawsuit

The federal government on Monday strongly objected to letting six hospital groups participate as third parties in drug manufacturer Novo Nordisk’s lawsuit challenging the government’s 340B contract pharmacy requirements.

The government’s March 22 brief in opposition the groups’ motion to intervene in the case is a strong sign that it will oppose the same groups’ efforts to also intervene in similar suits against the government by manufacturers AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly, and Sanofi. The hospital groups that want a role in the cases are American Hospital Association (AHA), 340B Health, America’s Essential Hospitals, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), Children’s Hospital Association (CHA), and ASHP (American Society of Health-System Pharmacists).

The federal government on Monday strongly objected to letting six hospital groups participate as third parties in drug manufacturer Novo Nordisk’s lawsuit challenging the government’s 340B contract pharmacy requirements.

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