340b | The National Law Review: HELP ACT Would Do Little to Help Ease Concerns of 340B-Participating Hospitals
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24 Jan The National Law Review: HELP ACT Would Do Little to Help Ease Concerns of 340B-Participating Hospitals

“The Helping Ensure Low-income Patients have Access to Care and Treatment (HELP ACT) is the third 340B-related legislation to be introduced this month. The HELP ACT goes well beyond the 340B PAUSE Act in the scope of its proposed changes to the 340B Program, particularly as they relate to the requirements for eligible child sites, contracts with state/local government and claim modifier reporting requirements.”

Read More: https://www.natlawreview.com/article/help-act-would-do-little-to-help-ease-concerns-340b-participating-hospitals