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Delaware

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Pharmacy Laws & Regulations

Delaware

Pharmacy Laws & Regulations

(All States)

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340B: Delaware Denies Statute Requiring Contract Pharmacy Arrangements

In December 2020, the HHS released an advisory opinion that drug manufacturers are required to deliver drugs to contract pharmacies and charge no more than the 340B Program allows. In response to this, the US District Court for the District of Delaware denied the HHS's advisory opinion, holding that Congress had not clearly taken a stance on contract pharmacy arrangements. HHS, however, intends to fight the case and ensure fair pricing for pharmacies in the state.

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JDSupra

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Delaware State Auditor Proposes PBM Regulations

Auditor Kathy McGuiness continues her fight against PBMs by releasing a statement that criticizes those in the state. She comments on high drug inflation rates and calls attention to her recent report, "Lack of Transparency & Accountability in Drug PricingCould be Costing Taxpayers Millions" to support her claim. In this statement, she urges leaders in Delaware to take action before residents have to pay the price.

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Delaware.gov

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Delaware Auditor Demands $24.5 Million in Overcharges Back from PBMs

State auditor Kathy McGuiness brings awareness to the problem of PBM overcharging, which she says has cost Delaware taxpayers over $24 million. She calls on ExpressScripts Inc, the PBM in question, to take accountability and return the funds to the state; and advocates for independent pharmacies to be involved in contract negotiations withPBMs in the future, so as to prevent PBM abuse.

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Delaware.gov

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