Topic: Safety-Net Hospitals
HHS has finalized plans to roll out the final rule for the 340B drug discount program, which would set price ceilings and monetary penalties.
Today, Catholic hospitals are much less likely to be run by nuns as they are by lay executives. The shift has been noticed.
HHS is planning an about-face on the long-delayed rule that would set price ceilings and monetary penalties in the 340B program.
The Government Accountability Office raised new concerns about the rate of rural hospital closures in the U.S. last week.
As part of its ongoing efforts to protect the 340B program, the AHA unveiled a set of “stewardship principles” to boost transparency.
Four national healthcare organizations have sued HHS over the long delay of its final rule that would implement price ceilings in the 340B program.
Leaders of the House and Senate are asking HRSA to finalize 340B regulations that have been delayed multiple times.
It's the answer to the yearslong question of who would take the reins of the embattled District-owned safety net hospital.
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As the Trump administration takes aim at rising drug costs, healthcare organizations are weighing in on proposals from its plan to address the issue.