A Feb. 13-17 winter storm caused mass power outages and water and food shortages in Texas.

HRSA Allows 340B Enrollment Flexibility in Storm-Battered Texas

The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), in light of the declared public health emergency in Texas, is letting eligible health care providers there enroll immediately in the 340B drug pricing program instead of waiting for the next normal quarterly registration period (April 1-15, with a July 1 start date).

“We believe this will enable these entities to meet the needs of the residents affected by this disaster,” HRSA’s Office of Pharmacy Affairs (OPA) said in an announcement on the 340B program home page. OPA instructed entities that want to take advantage of the enrollment flexibility to email the 340B Prime Vendor Program or call 1-888-340-2787.

The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), in light of the declared public health emergency in Texas, is letting eligible health care providers there enroll immediately in the 340B drug pricing program instead of waiting for the next normal quarterly registration period.

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