Health centers and four types of hospitals still have to upload their 340B contract pharmacy claims data to a Sanofi vendor to keep getting 340B discounts on Sanofi products. | Source: Shutterstock

Sanofi Lifts 340B Contract Pharmacy Requirements for Some Providers But Many Are Still Affected

Drug manufacturer Sanofi has exempted 11 of the 16 types of health care providers eligible to participate in the 340B program from its conditions on 340B pricing on its products dispensed by contract pharmacies. However, consolidated health center programs (CH), disproportionate share hospitals (DSH), critical access hospitals (CAH), rural referral centers (RRC), and sole community hospitals (SCH) will still have to upload their 340B contract pharmacy claims data to a Sanofi vendor to keep getting 340B discounts on Sanofi products.

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