Congress turning its attention to the lack of accountability of the 340B drug prescription program

Congress is turning its attention toward hospital participating in the 340B drug prescription program following a series of studies that raised concern what they described as lack of accountability and oversight of the program intended to help hospitals give drug discounts to underserved patients. The Senate HELP Committee has expressed sympathy for the care 340B hospitals provide to the underserved, but said it may be necessary to require hospitals and clinics to report how they use savings from the program. Read article here…

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