West Virginia has reinforced a 2019 law to bar PBMs or other payers from requiring hospitals such as CAMC and other health care providers to include claims modifiers when billing for 340B-purchased drugs.

West Virginia Hardens its 340B Anti-discrimination Law to Explicitly Bar 340B Claims Modifiers

A new West Virginia law clarifies that PBMs or other third-party payers may not require a drug claim “to include a modifier or be processed or resubmitted to indicate that the drug is a 340B drug.”

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