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A federal district judge continued the stay in community health centers’ lawsuit over the 340B administrative dispute resolution process.

Judge Continues Stay in 340B Dispute Resolution Lawsuit

A federal district judge on Wednesday continued the stay in community health centers’ lawsuit against federal health officials over the administrative dispute resolution process for the 340B program after accepting the explanation for a missed deadline to file a report in the case.

Judge Florence Pan of U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Tuesday ordered the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) to explain why it and the U.S. Health and Human Services Department (HHS) did not file a joint status report on or before Saturday, Sept. 3, as Pan required them to do on June 6. Pan raised the possibility of dismissing the case.

A federal district judge on Wednesday continued the stay in community health centers’ lawsuit against federal health officials over the administrative dispute resolution process for the 340B program after accepting the explanation for a missed deadline to file a report in the case.

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