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    Expanding Your 340B Program: Regulatory Compliance Regarding Referrals for Consultation (Upcoming Webinar)

    By Hannah Drake • September 14, 2018
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    You're invited to join us for a webinar on Wednesday, September 26th at 3PM EST.

    The topic: Expanding Your 340B Program: Regulatory Compliance Regarding Referrals for Consultation.

    What we'll be covering:

    The 340B Patient Definition has three parts:

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    Part one of the patient definition says that the covered entity (generally a federally qualified health center (FHQC) or community health center (CHC)) must have an established relationship with the patient. Part two says that the patient must receive care from a provider either employed by the CE or who providers care under contractual or other arrangements (e.g. referral for consultation). Part three says that the patient's services must be delivered within a grand funding scope.

    What we'll focus on in the webinar is part two:

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    What you'll learn:

    • What the current regulations are in regards to including prescriptions resulting from a referral.

    • Whether or not simply having the referral order in the EMR is enough.

    • What documentation is required to satisfy part 2 of the patient definition.

    • How par8o's 340B Referral Capture technology-enabled service can help your program stay in compliance without requiring you to have any additional full-time staff and while giving you full transparency into our matching process.

    • How the required documentation can result in better patient care.

    Attend Live and Win!

    One lucky winner will be randomly selected to receive a $50 gift card for attending our webinar live. Must be present to win.

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