Here is a copy of the materials that the Alliance for Integrity and Reform of 340B (AIR-340B) shared with attendees at its Hill briefing on July 17, 2017.  AIR-340B continues to suggest that the original intent of the 340B program is to “provide discounted drugs to uninsured or vulnerable patients,” that the program is in need of reform and increased oversight of covered entities is needed.  The materials identify four areas that AIR-340B deems “ripe for Congressional action”:  narrowing the patient definition, limiting the use of contract pharmacies, restricting hospitals’ use of child sites, and curbing hospital eligibility criteria.