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Checklist: Anticipating the Implications of White-Bagging Policies

Here are things for hospitals to consider when they are faced with so-called white-bagging policies.[1] Some commercial payers may amend contracts to require hospitals to buy specialty drugs from nonhospital suppliers on lists approved by the payers, said attorney Jim Boswell, with King & Spalding. Normally, hospitals have their own specialty pharmacies and prepare the drugs on-site. This checklist was prepared by attorneys Zuzana Ikels and Jennifer Lewin, also with King & Spalding. Contact Boswell at jboswell@kslaw.com, Lewin at jlewin@kslaw.com and Ikels at zikels@kslaw.com.

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