340B contract pharmacy grew in affluent and White neighborhoods from 2011 to 2019 but declined in impoverished, Black, and Latino neighborhoods, a study published in JAMA Health Forum found. AHA strongly criticized the study.

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New Study Finds 340B Contract Pharmacy Growth in Affluent and White Neighborhoods, Hospitals Criticize Research

340B contract pharmacy grew in affluent and White neighborhoods from 2011 to 2019 but declined in impoverished, Black, and Latino neighborhoods, raising questions about “the degree to which 340B program growth serves vulnerable communities,” according to research published this morning in JAMA Health Forum.

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