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80% of hospitals in Medicare’s outpatient prospective payment system would see their net payments decline next year if CMS ends a nearly 30% cut in 340B hospitals’ drug payments, according to a private oncologist group funded study.

Restoring 340B Hospitals’ Part B Drug Payments Would Cut Net Outpatient Payments for 80% of Hospitals, Private Cancer Doctor-Funded Study Finds

Eighty percent of all hospitals in Medicare’s outpatient prospective payment system—including 52% of all 340B hospitals—would see their net OPPS payments decline next year if Medicare ends a nearly 30% cut in 340B hospitals’ drug payments that began in 2018, a new study found.

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