340B Helps Kids

340B Helps Kids

This resource provides information and statistics on the 340B program.

The 340B Drug Pricing Program supports safety net providers, such as children's hospitals, in their mission to serve low-income, uninsured, and under-insured patients. Under the 340B program, hospitals that treat a large number of low-income patients can purchase outpatient drugs at lower prices, freeing up resources to support hospital operations and provide services to their patients.

This fact sheet provides information and statistics on the 340B program and how savings from the program is used to better the greater communities our hospitals serve.


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