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12 Feb AHA: What the Authors of a Recent Study Would Have Learned about the 340B Program Had They Asked

“A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine asserts that the 340B program drives hospital/physician consolidation while not expanding care to low-income populations or improving their mortality rates. In our first blog post earlier this week, we detailed a number of methodological flaws that invalidate the findings. In this second post, we examine one major flaw in particular: how the authors ignored a significant data source in drawing their conclusions.”

Read More: https://www.aha.org/news/blog/2018-02-09-what-authors-recent-study-would-have-learned-about-340b-program-had-they-asked