A federal appeals court gave South Carolina-based Genesis Health Care another chance to challenge the legality of the 340B drug pricing program's patient definition.

Judge Orders HHS to Respond to Ruling Letting Health Center Challenge 340B Patient Definition

A federal district judge on Tuesday gave federal health officials a Sept. 22 deadline to respond to a higher court’s ruling last month that a South Carolina health center has the right to challenge the legality of the government’s 340B patient definition.

Chief Judge R. Bryan Harwell of the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina signed the order on Aug. 23. Harwell at the same time formally reopened the lawsuit Genesis Health Care filed against the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in July 2018.

A federal district judge on Tuesday gave federal health officials a Sept. 22 deadline to respond to a higher court’s ruling last month that a South Carolina health center has the right to challenge the legality of the government’s 340B patient definition.

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