A South Carolina health center's lawsuit, now before a federal appeals court, challenges one of of the 340B program's basic elements—the definition of a “patient” eligible to receive 340B drugs.

While All Eyes are on 340B Contract Pharmacy Battle, Federal Appeals Court Hears Arguments in Key Case Challenging HRSA’s Patient Definition

A federal appeals court heard arguments last month in a South Carolina health center’s lawsuit challenging one of the 340B program’s bedrock principles—the definition of a “patient” eligible to receive 340B drugs.

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