Policymakers should consider narrowing the 340B orphan drug exemption, ICER said today in a new report.

Influential Drug Cost-Effectiveness Organization Endorses Partially Lifting 340B Orphan Drug Exclusion

The exclusion of 340B pricing for some hospitals on drugs to treat orphan conditions and diseases could be partially eliminated to slow “the rapid growth in approved rare disease treatments” and “their cumulative affordability to the health system,” an influential independent nonprofit group that analyzes the clinical and cost effectiveness of drugs said this morning.

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