Closing The Spread: 340B Providers Face Sharp Cuts Under Medicare Proposal
Medicare payments to hospitals for drugs provided under the 340B program would be reduced to average sales price (ASP) minus 22.5%, which CMS believes is more closely aligned with the discounted price obtained by the providers.
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