The AHA sharply criticized a new PhRMA-funded study that says many 340B hospitals “may not offer low-income patients financial assistance to access medicines and may use extraordinary collection actions."

PhRMA-funded Study Faults 340B Hospitals’ Financial Aid and Debt Collection Policies

Many 340B hospitals “may not offer low-income patients financial assistance to access medicines and may use extraordinary collection actions, including but not limited to, liens, foreclosures, and civil actions when patients fail to pay bills,” a pharmaceutical-industry funded study released yesterday concludes.

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