Hospital groups urged congressional leaders in a Sept. 24 letter to exclude language “that would negatively impact 340B” from major drug pricing reforms that could be voted on this week.

Hospitals Ask Hill Leaders to Shield 340B, as Vote Nears on Drug Pricing Reform

Six national hospital groups late last week urged Democratic and Republican congressional leaders to exclude language “that would negatively impact 340B” from major drug pricing reforms that could be voted on this week.

The American Hospital Association, 340B Health, America’s Essential Hospitals, Association of American Medical Colleges, Children’s Hospital Association, and Catholic Health Association of the United States made their joint appeal in a letter sent late last Friday, Sept. 24. It went to the top party leaders in the House and Senate and the chairpersons and ranking members of the chambers’ committees with jurisdiction over the 340B, Medicare, and Medicaid programs.

Six national hospital groups late last week urged Democratic and Republican congressional leaders to exclude language “that would negatively impact 340B” from major drug pricing reforms that could be voted on this week.

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