Tracking administrative complexity within the 340B Drug Pricing Program

Part of the Public Health Service Act of 1992, the 340B Drug Pricing Program lowers drug costs and increases revenues for safety-net health care providers by allowing them to pay heavily discounted prices for prescription drugs, but get reimbursed at full cost. With revenues from the discounted drugs, these safety-net providers can offer discounts on drugs for their patients while also enhancing their care offerings to help achieve the 340B program’s goal of “reaching more eligible patients and providing more comprehensive services.”

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