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Lilly updated its restrictions on 340B pricing to disallow covered entities from designating central fill pharmacies as contract pharmacies.

Lilly Says 340B Entities Can’t Designate Central Fill Pharmacies as Contract Pharmacies

Drug manufacturer Eli Lilly late last month again updated its conditions on 340B pricing when covered entities use contract pharmacies.

Lilly was the first company to impose such conditions, starting with one drug in July 2020 then expanding to all of its drugs two months later. Today, 19 companies have such polices. Federal appeals courts are expected to rule in the coming months on the legality of six such policies including Lilly’s.

Drug manufacturer Eli Lilly late last month again updated its conditions on 340B pricing when covered entities use contract pharmacies.

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