• 340B

    The 340B Drug Pricing Program: Cut Backs or More Addendum’s?

    The 340B Drug Pricing Program: Cut Backs or More Addendum's? Created by the US federal government in 1992, the 340B Drug Pricing Program was supposed to help poor patients acquire outpatient drugs at significantly reduced prices. It mandates drug manufacturers to allow covered entities to reach as many eligible patients…

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  • 340B Drug Pricing Program Oversight

    340B Drug Pricing Program Oversight 340B is a program that provides drugs and other health care facilities at discount prices to certain hospitals from the drug manufacturers. The independent physicians are not entertained by federal law into this program. Only the registered firms can do the same. When the Medicare…

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  • 340B Drug Pricing Program

    340B Drug Pricing Program   The 340B Drug Pricing Program is an initiative designed to provide prescription drugs at affordable prices to hospitals and clinics that serve needy patients. The program only covers outpatient drugs; that is, drugs that must be administered in an inpatient setting, such as most intravenous…

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