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Hospital groups filed an amicus brief in federal circuit court in St. Louis defending Arkansas's 340B contract pharmacy law.

Hospitals Urge Fed. Appeals Court to Uphold Novel Ark. Law Protecting 340B Discounts in Contract Pharmacy Setting

Three groups representing 340B hospitals late last week filed an amicus brief in federal circuit court in support of Arkansas’ novel contract pharmacy law, arguing the law doesn’t conflict with the 340B statute and in fact furthers the goals of the 340B program.

The American Hospital Association, 340B Health, and the Arkansas Hospital Association filed the brief April 14 with the U.S. Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis, defending Arkansas Act 1103, passed in 2021. The first of its kind law bars drug makers from denying access to 340B-priced drugs to providers using contract pharmacies.

Three groups representing 340B hospitals late last week filed an amicus brief in federal circuit court in support of Arkansas’ novel contract pharmacy law, arguing the law doesn’t conflict with the 340B statute and in fact furthers the goals of […]

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