Minnesota’s Largest Newspaper Explores How CMS Proposed Rule Would Hurt 340B Hospitals and Patients

by admin | September 25, 2017 1:43 pm

September 25, 2017—Regulations proposed by the Trump administration [1]could significantly weaken the 340B drug discount program[2], with programs for low-income or vulnerable patients taking the biggest hit, a 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winner[3] writes in a front-page article[4] in today’s Minneapolis Star-Tribune.   

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  2. the 340B drug discount program: https://youtu.be/mo1pvJPOfas
  3. 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winner: http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/brad-schrade-jeremy-olson-and-glenn-howatt
  4. a front-page article: http://www.startribune.com/health-safety-net-providers-fear-dwindling-savings-from-drug-discounts/446908083/
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