The U.S. House this week passed a budget blueprint that will pave the way for a vote on a number of drug pricing measures. 340B providers hope to be spared from Medicaid pharmacy cuts.

House Passes Framework for $3.5T Budget Bill That Will Include Key Drug Pricing Measures

The House of Representatives passed a $3.5 trillion budget framework bill on Tuesday that potentially clears the path for Democrats to make extensive changes to U.S. health care delivery, although the impact on the 340B program remains to be seen. The 220-212 vote on the budget resolution was strictly along party lines. No Republicans voted to advance the legislation. After the House returns from its August recess, it will vote next on budget reconciliation legislation that incorporates what is referred to as the Build Back Better Act.

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