New Resources Document 340B Cares for Chronic Disease Patient Populations
Half of all adults in the US have at least one chronic condition they have to manage daily. (CDC)
The 340B program serves low income and rural patients that face a wide variety of chronic medical illnesses. 340B hospitals use savings to provide low-cost drugs that treat chronic diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, and support patient programs through access to care, medication adherence, disease management, and general wellness interventions. The below one-page reports document how 340B hospitals improve the lives of patients living with chronic disease through resource deployment and dedicated care.
|Breast cancer||Maternal health||Hematology|
|Heart Disease||Seniors||Lung disease|