Nevada ADAP Postpones Controversial 340B Policy Change

Nevada’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) on Tuesday postponed “through April 1, 2021, if not longer,” a 340B program policy change strongly opposed by the state’s Ryan White CARES Act grantees.

The state health department’s Division of Public and Behavioral Health notified Ryan White Part B grantees about the postponement in a Jan. 12 letter. “After many discussions with community partners” and people living with HIV/AIDS whose health and prescription drug coverage are paid for by the state ADAP, the state hit pause on the change.

Nevada’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) on Tuesday postponed “through April 1, 2021, if not longer,” a 340B program policy change strongly opposed by the state’s Ryan White CARES Act grantees. The state health department’s Division of Public and Behavioral Health notified Ryan White Part B grantees about the postponement in a Jan. 12 letter. “After many discussions with community partners” and people living with HIV/AIDS whose health and prescription drug coverage are paid for by the state ADAP, the state hit pause on the change.

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