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340B Past, Present and Future at SDAHO’s Rural Health Leaders

The federal government’s 340B drug pricing program is designed to deliver significant drug price savings to eligible health care organizations and their patients.  During SDAHO’s Rural Health Leaders conference, SunRx will present an update on 340B including a historical overview, current market and regulatory conditions, and some insights with regard to innovations that can help heighten the value of the 340B program for hospitals.  Presenters from SunRx include:  John Bretz, Director of Strategic Relations; Bubba Bartlett, Regional Sales Manager; Aaron Lott, PharmD, President, AuthorityRX.

Following this presentation, SDAHO is excited to share South Dakota native and National Rural Health Association’s Government Affairs and Policy Director, Josh Jorgensen will provide a national update on topics such as healthcare workforce, policy and regulatory updates impacting rural.

To register and learn more about SDAHO’s Rural Health Leaders conference, click here.  Register soon, as seating is limited.

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