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Federally Qualified Health Center

The Biden administration proposes to rescind a Trump-era final rule requiring federally qualified health centers to charge certain low-income patients no more than the 340B Drug Pricing Program price for insulin and injectable epinephrine. Comments on the proposed rule are due July 16.

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Federally Qualified Health Center

In accordance with the presidential regulatory freeze, HHS proposes to further delay until July 20 a final rule requiring federally qualified health centers to charge certain low-income patients no more than the 340B Drug Pricing Program price for insulin and injectable epinephrine. 

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Federally Qualified Health Center

The rule, currently on hold due to a regulatory freeze, requires federally qualified health centers to pass 340B Drug Pricing Program discounts on to certain low-income patients as a condition of receiving federal grant funding; it applies to insulin and injectable epinephrine.

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Federally Qualified Health Center

The executive orders aim to end retrospective rebates to Medicare Part D pharmacy benefit managers; allow patients of federally qualified health centers to purchase certain drugs at 340B discounted prices; and tie Medicare Part B payment to international drug prices, among other provisions.

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Centering Healthcare Institute requests proposals for implementation awards to increase access to its CenteringParenting care model; second wave proposals are due May 31, and third wave proposals are due July 31.

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A new Health Affairs article links onsite wraparound services to a reduction in hospitalizations and emergency department visits at association member Eskenazi Health.

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Federally Qualified Health Center

The letter was signed by America's Essential Hospital and 20 other national organizations.

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Federally Qualified Health Center

HHS announced up to $300 million for community health centers through the 2014 expanded services supplemental funding opportunity. Proposals by eligible health centers are due July 1.

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CMS released the final rule with comment period regarding the new Medicare FQHC prospective payment system. The payment system could increase Medicare payments to FQHCs by as much as 32 percent.

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