HHS is poised to rescind Trump administration regulations that have added to doubt about the authority of HHS guidance documents, including for 340B.

In Important Development, HHS Close to Rescinding Trump-era Rule that Undercuts its Sub-Regulatory Power

The U.S. Health and Human Services Department (HHS) is poised to rescind Trump administration regulations that have added to doubt about the authority of HHS guidance documents, including those for the 340B program.

During the Trump administration, the U.S Health and Resources Administration (HRSA) repeatedly said it was hamstrung in enforcing the 340B rules such as contract pharmacy requirements due to fact the rules were spelled out in federal guidance rather than through regulations.   

The U.S. Health and Human Services Department (HHS) is poised to rescind Trump administration regulations that have added to doubt about the authority of HHS guidance documents, including those for the 340B program.

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