New Orleans-based Ochsner Medical Center and six other 340B hospitals have sued in federal court to force HHS to immediately remedy illegal Medicare Part B drug payment cuts in place since 2018.

Sixth Group of 340B Hospitals Sues HHS Over Medicare Drug Payment Cuts

Federal health officials must follow the U.S. Supreme Court’s clear directive and immediately raise the Medicare Part B reimbursement rate for 340B hospitals to remedy unlawful underpayments for 2018 through 2022, a group of 340B hospitals said in an Aug. 12 lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

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