340B hospitals are happy that CMS has decided to end a deep cut in the hospitals' Medicare drug reimbursement. Private oncology practices call the decision "“an outrageous dereliction of duty."

Hospital Groups Cheer, Private Cancer Docs Deplore CMS’s Decision to End Deep Cut in 340B Hospitals’ Drug Payments

Groups that represent 340B hospitals praised the Biden administration’s decision Friday to end a deep cut in the hospitals’ Medicare Part B drug reimbursement in place since 2018. They urged the government to swiftly make 340B hospitals whole for their losses, which totaled an estimated $1.6 billion a year for five years.

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