New York Gov. Kathy Hochul addressing the press
New York state 340B providers say they still hope Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) can be persuaded to embrace an alternative to the state's transfer of Medicaid managed care drug benefits to Medicaid fee for service.

New York Implements Medicaid Drug Benefits Transfer, 340B Entities Say Fight Isn’t Over

New York state on Saturday transferred Medicaid managed care drug benefits to Medicaid fee for service. Health centers and Ryan White clinics have vowed to keep fighting the change, which they say will cost them millions of dollars in 340B program savings.

Under Medicaid managed care, 340B providers can bill plans at negotiated rates above their purchase costs. Under Medicaid FFS, they can bill only at acquisition cost. State lawmakers delayed the consolidation of Medicaid drug benefits under FFS and under a new program name, NYRx, for two years to let the state and 340B providers try to reach a compromise.

New York state on Saturday transferred Medicaid managed care drug benefits to Medicaid fee for service. Health centers and Ryan White clinics have vowed to keep fighting the change, which they say will cost them millions of dollars in 340B […]

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