New PhRMA-funded research shows that Medicare beneficiaries who were inpatients at 340B DSH hospitals were approximately 35% more likely to have the Part D Low Income Subsidy (LIS) and to be dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid than were beneficiaries served on an outpatient basis.

New PhRMA-Funded Study Questions 340B Hospital Eligibility Yardstick

Patients receiving inpatient care at 340B disproportionate share hospitals are significantly more likely to be low income than those receiving outpatient care, according to a new study funded by the brand name drug trade group PhRMA.

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