340B Fight Escalates As Biden Administration Seeks Refunds From Manufacturers, Threatens Them With Fines
Lilly, AstraZeneca, Novartis, Sanofi, Novo Nordisk and United Therapeutics ordered by HRSA to resume discounts to 340B contract pharmacies and refund past 'overcharges.'
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Third Circuit is first of three federal appeals courts to issue a decision in multiple lawsuits over drug companies’ 340B contract pharmacy restrictions, which have led to conflicting lower court rulings on whether such restrictions are unlawful.
US 340B Discount Restrictions By Pharma: HRSA Will Continue To ‘Walk The Walk’ In Opposition
Biden Administration officials pledge ongoing efforts to thwart manufacturer restrictions on 340B drug discounts, but at the same time urge hospitals to be more transparent about how they use the savings.
340B Court Ruling Offers Manufacturers Short-Term Reprieve In Contract Pharmacy Dispute
Federal court vacates enforcement letter to Lilly from HRSA, but the decision was not completely favorable to pharma. It also offers the view that the law does not allow manufacturers to restrict 340B discounts to hospitals using multiple contract pharmacies.