In both New York State and California, safety-net health care providers say the benefit transfer will cost them millions of dollars in revenues that they cannot afford to lose on 340B purchased drugs billed to Medicaid. | Shutterstock

N.Y. and Calif. 340B Pharmacies Get Reprieve From Medicaid Cuts

New York State and California’s nationally watched efforts to transfer their pharmacy programs for low-income individuals from Medicaid managed care to Medicaid fee for service (FFS)—both scheduled to take effect on April 1—have been temporarily placed on hold.

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