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Lilly go public on HCP partnership payments

Eli Lilly has launched an online 'faculty registry' providing details of payments made to US physicians and other healthcare professionals

Eli Lilly has launched an online 'faculty registry' which provides details of the payments the company has made to US physicians and other healthcare professionals during the first quarter of 2009.

The website also gives details of the professional's name, location, a description of the services provided, and explains Lilly's policy on creating partnerships with physicians and other healthcare experts on patient education, healthcare professional education, advising and consulting. Details of the payments the company makes to physicians and other healthcare professionals will be updated quarterly.

"This registry is consistent with Lilly's efforts to increase transparency," said Jack Harris, MD and vice president of Lilly's US medical division. "We see greater transparency as integral to rebuilding trust in our industry." The company states that entries in the registry have either advised Lilly or conducted medical lectures designed for healthcare professionals and patient education.

In February, Lilly entered into a Corporate Integrity Agreement with the Office of the Inspector General of the US Department of Health and Human Services and was required to disclose the information.

Previously, in 2004 Lilly became the first company to voluntarily make public its clinical trials. In 2007, Lilly added another first by publicly reporting all of its educational grants and charitable contributions.

The faculty registry is at

3rd August 2009


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