HRSA Audit Regulations
HRSA has very strict audit regulations to ensure that the federally funded 340B program is not being abused. An additional $6 million was committed to increasing 340B integrity and oversight in 2014. This means more frequent and stricter audits. It is important that your covered entity maintain compliance so it can continue to use the savings it receives through the 340B program to extend care to a wider patient base. Make sure your 340B entity is prepared by learning more.
Importance of 340B Compliance
The purpose of the 340B program is to stretch federal funds and increase the quality and quantity of care to the health care safety net. It is easy to accidentally abuse this complex process, but the repercussions are not forgiving. Your entity could be required to pay back any unqualified drug discounts that it received, pay fines on illegal processes, and/or shut down its care center. Learn how you can help the most people in need and avoid exploiting this sensitive system.
How Maxor can Help
Maxor has emerged successfully from the following audits:
- JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations)
- HRSA (Health Resources and Services Administration)
- State Board of Pharmacy
- Department of Defense
We offer 340B audit services for contract pharmacy arrangements, in-house pharmacies, and comprehensive consulting agreements to assess the compliance and cost effectiveness of your 340B Pharmacy program.
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13 Years of 340B Experience
13 years of continued compliance through the evolving HRSA audit guidelines provide Maxor with the tools and experience to ensure that your covered entity doesn’t need to worry about audit compliance and can focus on what matters, the patients. Learn more about The Maxor 340B Program Solution or Call now to learn about how we implement our Maxor 340B Program Audit 1-800-658-6146