New research “raises doubt” about a major CMS reason for slashing hospitals’ Medicare Part B reimbursement for drugs purchased through the 340B program by almost one-third.

New JAMA Study Casts Doubt on CMS Reason for Cutting Hospitals’ Medicare Part B Payments for 340B Drugs

New research published in JAMA Network Open “raises doubt” about a major U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) justification for slashing hospitals’ Medicare Part B reimbursement for drugs purchased through the 340B program by almost one-third, the study’s authors say.

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