[Webinar] 340B… Or Not 340B: Oversight, Compliance and Enforcement

July 15th, 9:00 am - 10:00 am PT
McDermott Will & Emery
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McDermott Will & Emery

July 15th, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT

The 340B Program has gained national attention over the last decade, in part due to the opportunities it provides to generate revenue for participating entities without risk of significant enforcement penalties for non-compliance. The 340B Program does not involve payment of federal (or state) funds to participating entities, is not considered a “federal health care program” subject to the False Claims Act, and enforcement tools available to the government are limited. Therefore, participation in the 340B Program is often viewed by participating entities as low-risk, with compliance oversight resources allocated accordingly and often delegated to pharmacy staff.

However, participation in the 340B Program carries more risks than only those that arise under the 340B Statute. Many elements of participation in the 340B Program and decisions related to 340B Program operations do involve federal or state funds or other compliance requirements regulated by entities other than the 340B Program. Participation in the 340B Program also requires an understanding of the related, but non-340B, federal and state laws, as well as oversight by and allocation of legal and compliance resources.

This program will address key elements of 340B Program participation that are regulated outside of the 340B Program and the 340B Statute, the intersection of these elements with the 340B Program, and 340B covered-entity compliance obligations and enforcement consequences. It will also review “best practices” for covered entities participating in the 340B Program to evaluate risks and compliance with these elements.

Topics that will be discussed include:

  • Medicaid and Medicare billing/coding for 340B drugs and federal/state overpayment refund obligations
  • 340B child-site eligibility and the Medicare Provider-Based Rule
  • Disproportionate share hospital (DSH) percentage for eligibility and Medicare cost report rules
  • Requirements for and breach of terms of hospital contracts with state or local government for 340B eligibility
  • Patient eligibility and scope of grant requirements
  • Payor/PBM data reporting obligations and contract laws

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Emily Jane Cook

Partner | Los Angeles

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Travis Jackson

Partner | Los Angeles

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Caroline Reigart

Associate | Washington, DC

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