More than Half of Health Care Industry Execs Expect 340B Reporting Requirements Within Five Years

More than half (55 percent) of 130 health care industry C-suite executives surveyed expect that reporting requirements and other restrictions will be attached to the 340B program within the next five years, a health care consulting firm’s latest survey of industry executives shows. Just under half (48 percent) of the executives said an anticipated further cut in what Medicare Part B pays hospitals for 340B purchased drugs is one of the proposed regulatory changes that impacts their strategy planning most.

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