Rush University Medical Center was included in a JAMA Internal Medicine study of what top hospitals charge commercial insurers for clinician-administered drugs.

Two New Studies on Hospital and Health Center Participation in 340B

A new research letter published in JAMA Internal Medicine found substantial variation among 17 “top-performing” hospitals—14 of them enrolled in 340B—in what they charge commercial insurers for clinician-administered drugs.

Meanwhile, new research published in Journal of Healthcare Quality found that a health center’s hepatitis C virus (HVC) screening initiative improved screening rates significantly during the eight-month-long study. “The 340B Drug Pricing Program can provide a financially sustainable method of providing HCV treatment,” the researchers said.

A new research letter published in JAMA Internal Medicine found substantial variation among 17 “top-performing” hospitals—14 of them enrolled in 340B—in what they charge commercial insurers for clinician-administered drugs.

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