Keyword: Health Resources and Services Administration
The country’s community health centers, which serve some its most vulnerable populations, will receive $100 million to fight COVID-19.
Updated Jan. 29: The feds aren't doing a good job of determining whether a drug company has to provide both 340B discounts and rebates for Medicaid.
The Trump administration unveiled several new rules Tuesday that aim to boost access to transplants for patients with kidney disease.
The government just sweetened the pot for doctors working in underserved communities with $319 million for loan repayment and scholarship programs.
The University of Kansas School of Medicine - Salina is dedicated to producing rural doctors. Its graduates don’t always choose that path.
Federal health centers across the country will receive nearly $107 million to support quality improvement efforts.
Twenty-seven healthcare organizations will receive federal money to set up new residency programs to train more doctors to work in rural areas.
The Health Resources & Services Administration has rolled out a website with drug pricing information for 340B hospitals, plus more payer headlines.
The Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) launched an online tool that 340B hospitals can use to see what companies can charge for drugs.
A new federal program will give $75,000 in loan repayment funds to doctors who offer opioid addiction assistance in underserved areas of the US.