Covered entities' monthly 340B savings on Sanofi products dropped from $54.2 million just before the company limited discounts on drugs shipped to contract pharmacies to about $5 million within two months, federal lawyers told a judge last week.

Pharma’s 340B Contract Pharmacy Limits Are Costing Providers $3.2 Billion a Year, DOJ Tells Court

Hospitals, health centers, and clinics are losing a projected $3.2 billion a year in 340B program savings due to six drug manufacturers’ denials of 340B pricing on drugs shipped to contract pharmacies, the federal government said in a court filing last week.

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