340B Dispute Resolution Process On Ice As Feuds Between Pharma, Providers, HHS Heat Up
Biden Administration’s regulatory freeze suspends HHS action to appoint an administrative dispute resolution board for the 340B program. Good news for manufacturers?
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Modification to ‘reasonable and necessary’ definition in MCIT final rule offers new avenue for drug manufacturers to get products covered in Part B. The Biden Administration will have to decide whether it will keep the Trump regulation unchanged.
Tactic aims to allow incoming Administration to scrutinize so-called ‘midnight rules’ issued in the final days of the Trump Administration before they take effect. Regulators may also solicit stakeholder comments on delayed rules.