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New Poll: 86% of Voters Agree 340B Needs to Work Better for Patients

Today, the Alliance for Integrity and Reform of 340B (AIR340B) released a new poll conducted by Morning Consult that found a majority of those surveyed agreed the 340B Drug Pricing Program needs fixes to better serve the most vulnerable patients.

“The findings from this new poll are a stark reminder of the work we must do to save the 340B program – most importantly, to support the vulnerable and low-income communities that rely on it to help them access their medications. Through greater transparency, accountability, and oversight of the program, we can get 340B back on track so it fully benefits patients,” said former Illinois Congressman and AIR340B Spokesman Bob Dold.

March 30, 2021
“Congress Must Ensure Patients, Not Corporations, Benefit from 340B Drug Program”
January 25, 2021
Times of San Diego
“It’s time to reevaluate 340B intermediary relationships and ask who they serve”
December 7, 2020
Fierce Healthcare
“To Keep Drug Costs Down and Fairness Up, Stop the Abuses of 340B”
November 17, 2020
“340B Program Should Be Kept & Corrected”
November 17, 2020
All About Arizona News
“Discount drug plan needs congressional reform”
November 4, 2020
Orlando Sentinel
AIR340B Responds to Chairman Alexander and Ranking Member Walden’s Request for Information to Improve 340B

AIR340B’s comments and recommendations are chiefly concerned with identifying areas in which the program can be improved to achieve its purpose – to increase access to discounted medicines to safety-net providers who treat needy patients. This includes clearly defining the eligibility of a 340B patient and addressing 340B-driven hospital consolidation, restricting contract pharmacy arrangements, and establishing clear reporting requirements for disproportionate share (DSH) hospitals.

October 30, 2020
“Federally qualified health centers help Merced patients with medication costs”
October 25, 2020
Merced Sun-Star