HHS has for the second time delayed the effective date of a Trump administration rule to require health centers to provide insulin and injectable epinephrine to low-income patients at the price the centers pay for those drugs under the 340B program. The new date is July 20. | Shutterstock

Health Centers Get Reprieve as 340B Insulin Pricing Rule Delayed Again

The U.S. Health and Human Services Department (HHS) announced late this morning that it will delay, from this coming Monday, March 22 until July 20, the effective date of a Trump administration rule to require health centers to provide insulin and injectable epinephrine to low-income patients at the price the centers pay for those drugs under the 340B program.

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