340B Drug Pricing Program
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determine if this program is currently accepting applications or will open again in the future.
Areas with a declared Public Health Emergency (PHE) may
immediately enroll in the 340B Program during the PHE
Declaration rather than having to wait for the normal
quarterly registration period.
Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Pharmacy Affairs, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
The 340B Drug Pricing Program is a federal program that
requires drug manufacturers to provide outpatient drugs
to eligible healthcare centers, clinics, and hospitals at
a reduced price. The program offers a way for eligible
safety-net organizations to ensure access to medications.
Comprehensive pharmacy services include patient access to
affordable pharmaceuticals, application of "best
practices" and efficient pharmacy management and the
application of systems that improve patient outcomes
through safe and effective medication use. Participation
in the Program results in significant savings estimated
to be 20% to 50% on the cost of pharmaceuticals for
All of the following types of entities are eligible to
participate in the program by the virtue of their status:
- Federally Qualified Health Centers and their
- Native Hawaiian Health Centers
- Tribal/Urban Indian Health Centers
- Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Grantees
- Black lung clinics
- Comprehensive hemophilia diagnostic treatment centers
- Title X Family Planning Clinics
- Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics
- Tuberculosis Clinics
- Disproportionate share hospitals
- Children's hospitals
- Critical Access Hospitals
- Free-standing cancer hospitals
- Rural referral centers
- Sole community hospitals
list of eligibility requirements
Nationwide and U.S. Territories
Amount of funding
The program provides prescription drugs at a reduced cost
to eligible entities. Participation in the program
results in significant savings estimated to be 20% to 50%
on the cost of pharmaceuticals for safety-net providers.
A link to the online
registration process is available on the program website.
Registration must be recertified each year.
Registration periods are open 4 times throughout the
year, and are processed in quarterly cycles.
Funding cycles are as follows:
- January 1 - January 15 for an April 1 start date
- April 1 - April 15 for a July 1 start date
- July 1 - July 15 for an October 1 start date
- October 1 - October 15 for a January 1 start date
340B Educational Resources page
Critical Access Hospitals · Federally Qualified Health Centers · Healthcare facilities · Medicare · Pharmacy and prescription drugs · Sole Community Hospitals
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