HRSA yesterday told Congress in its budget request that it needed comprehensive regulatory authority over the 340B program to resolve the dispute over the 340B contract pharmacy program.

HRSA Invokes Contract Pharmacy Fight in Pitch for Comprehensive 340B Regulatory Power

Congress needs to give the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) comprehensive regulatory authority over the 340B program to resolve the dispute over 340B contract pharmacy program, the Biden administration said yesterday in its proposed budget—although it did so without saying the words “contract pharmacy.”

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