Hospital groups expressed disappointment with a federal district judge's dismissal of their lawsuit seeking to prod HHS into action against drug companies denying 340B pricing on contract pharmacy drugs. | Shutterstock

Hospitals Ask U.S. Supreme Court to End “Crushing” Medicare Payments Cuts for 340B Drugs

Three national hospital groups and three hospitals yesterday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a federal appeals court’s 2-1 July 2020 decision that the nearly 30 percent cut since 2018 in 340B hospitals’ drug reimbursement under the hospital outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS) “rests on a reasonable interpretation of the Medicare statute.”

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