Infusion Access Foundation's state level 340B outreach includes appeals to Massachusetts' attorney general last month (left) and California's last November (right).

Non-Hospital Infusion Centers See a Path to 340B Reform that Runs Through the States

A foundation linked to a trade group that represents non-hospital infusion centers is working to enlist state attorneys general and legislators to push for major 340B program changes at the federal level.

The National Infusion Center Association (NICA) is the trade association, and the Infusion Access Foundation (IAF) is its affiliated patient advocacy group. Both get funding from drug manufacturers. NICA says it represents “infusion enterprises that operate thousands of infusion centers nationwide.”

A foundation linked to a trade group that represents more than 130 non-hospital infusion centers is working to enlist state attorneys general and legislators to push for major 340B program changes at the federal level.

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