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The Michigan Senate defeated legislation that hospitals say would have weakened a new state law that protects 340B contract pharmacy arrangements.

Michigan Senate Rejects Attempt to Weaken Recent 340B Anti-Discrimination Law

The Michigan Senate has defeated legislation that hospitals say would have removed language from a nearly year-old state law that stops payers, pharmacy benefit managers, or other third parties from requiring 340B claims modifiers except as required to prevent Medicaid duplicate discounts.

Michigan hospitals believe the law signed in February 2022 bars drug companies from withholding 340B pricing if a covered entity refuses to hand over its contract pharmacy claims data. Manufacturers this spring reportedly asked state legislators to erase that language from the law.

The Michigan Senate has defeated legislation that hospitals say would have removed language from a nearly year-old state law that stops payers, pharmacy benefit managers, or other third parties from requiring 340B claims modifiers except as required to prevent Medicaid duplicate discounts.

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