There are a number of entities that qualify for the 340B drug pricing program, Maxor has the most experience with DSH and FQHC entities. Our success with comprehensive on-site pharmacy management is abundant and stretches across the United States. Continue to learn about how The Maxor 340B Program Solution can improve your hospital or health center by stretching funding and helping your entity provide better patient care.
Disproportionate Share Hospitals (DSH)
Disproportionate Share Hospitals are hospitals whose patient base is constituted by a significant amount of low income or underprivileged people. The 340B program is designed to aid these types of hospitals by lowering their drug costs so they can extend their resources to provide more patient care. This is one of the most common types of hospitals that is eligible to participate in the 340B program and receive drug discounts toward stretching their funds to a wider patient base.
Federally-Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)
Federally Qualified Health Centers are entities that receive funding from the federal government to serve underserved populations. These centers offer comprehensive services and are overseen by a governing board composed of a majority of community members. Community Health Centers, Migrant Health Centers, Homeless Programs, and Public Housing Primary Care Programs are all types of FQHC who qualify to receive drug discounts through the 340B program.
The 340B program is complex and constantly evolving. The definition of compliance can change year by year, and it is important to have a partner with experience in remaining continually compliant throughout these changes and adjustments. Many covered entities forgo on-site pharmacies because the investment and/or risk is too great. That no longer needs to be a worry. Learn how you can benefit from the 340B program with The Maxor 340B Program Solution or call us at 1-800-658-6146.