The 340B Drug Pricing Program, established by Congress in 1992, was intended to provide discounted medications to hospitals that care for low-income and uninsured patients. However, what was conceived as a noble initiative to improve access to affordable medicines has been increasingly marred by allegations of abuse and exploitation by some participating hospitals.

Maintaining well-tested and updated websites cannot be overstated in the fast-paced pharma world, where every detail counts, and accuracy can make a life-or-death difference. With the advancement of technology and the increasing reliance on online resources for medical information, pharma companies must prioritize testing their websites to ensure they provide accurate, reliable, and accessible information to users. Furthermore, including updated medieval information adds a unique layer of historical context, enriching the user experience and enhancing the credibility of the content.