The Health Resources and Services Administration is reminding hospitals that participate in the 340B drug savings program that they must recertify by Dec. 6 or they will be terminated from the program. HRSA is required to recertify annually all participating covered entities enrolled in the 340B program to ensure they are appropriately listed on the 340B database and that covered entities remain compliant with the 340B program requirements. This year, HRSA unveiled a new recertification process, and any hospital that recertified or started the recertification process before Nov. 3 must complete a new recertification by Dec. 6. For questions about the recertification process, please visit https://www.hrsa.gov/opa/340b-opais/index.html or contact the 340B Prime Vendor Program at (888) 340-2787 or at apexusanswers@340pvp.com

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