(Recorded Webinar) A Year of 340B Litigation - Where Are We Now?
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The challenge to the 340B contract pharmacy model that some drug manufacturers commenced last year has led to numerous lawsuits, that are slowly winding their way through federal courts. Health centers have sued the Department of Health and Human Services over HRSA’s near ten-year delay in implementing a process to resolve disputes with manufacturers, and other 340B covered entities have sued HRSA asking it to require manufacturers to ship 340B drugs to contract pharmacies. Meanwhile, several drug manufacturers and the major pharmaceutical manufacturer trade association also have filed lawsuits, several of which challenge the legitimacy, and ultimately the viability of, the contract pharmacy model itself.
In this webinar, FTLF Partners Michael Glomb and Jason Reddish will explain the status of the various lawsuits, the likely next steps, the prospects for a favorable outcome, and how 340B covered entities can navigate the uncertainties.
- 340B program managers and pharmacists
- Compliance staff
- Finance Staff
After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Understand the status and likely progress of the 340B litigation.
- Understand how the outcome of the litigation could affect their pharmacy program.
- Develop strategies for dealing with current uncertainties and potential outcomes.
Michael B. Glomb
A Partner with the firm, Mike practices in the Federal Grants and Health Law groups, and has over three decades of experience advising community-based organizations on a broad range of legal matters. Specifically, he offers guidance to Federally Qualified Health Centers, other federal grantees, and several professional and trade associations on the 340B drug discount program, tax exemption, grants law, and fraud matters. [Full Bio]
Jason focuses his practice on the federal 340B drug discount program and the complex legal and compliance issues facing safety net providers, pharmacies, and other 340B program stakeholders. Jason began his career representing pharmaceutical manufacturers before finding his passion helping 340B program covered entities, including disproportionate share hospitals, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Ryan White HIV/AIDS clinics, and other grantees navigate the 340B program. [Full Bio]
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