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History of the 340B Program

History of the 340B Program by Januari Fox, Director of Policy & Advocacy, Community Engagement, Prism Health North Texas Administration October 2022 Republished from the Dallas Medical Journal. Find the original article here.   A little-known program that establishes pathways of care for underserved communities is under attack by drug manufacturers. Created in 1992, the…


Rural Hospitals Rely on 340B

Rural Hospitals Rely on the 340B Drug Pricing Program by Craig Thompson, Missouri Independent September 12, 2023 Republished from the Missouri Independent. Find original article HERE.  According to a recent report, roughly 35% of rural hospitals in Missouri are at risk of closing as a result of inadequate revenue and low financial reserves. This comes as…


Drug Discount Program Helping Mid-Michigan

It’s our mission to take care of whomever walks through our doors. Whether critically ill, poor or in decent health, it doesn’t matter: at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing as well as our hospitals in surrounding areas, we help all of our patients get the care and medicine they need to get better and remain healthy.…


Family Health Center Addresses Community Health Needs

FHC Excellence and leadership posture Family Health Centers’ service area is primarily Okanogan County plus the Bridgeport Community in neighboring North Douglas County. We are committed to our mission of improving the health of our entire community. That is our bottom line. If in five years we have not seen measurable improvements in key health…