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Payment to doctors

This page shows the latest Payment to doctors news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Government crackdown on doctor-pharma payments

Government crackdown on doctor-pharma payments

British health secretary Jeremy Hunt is to create tough new rules designed to criminalise certain gift and financial payments between doctors and pharma. ... The problem of pharma paying doctors incentives to help prescribe medicines is one that has been

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  • Payment to docs rules ‘an opportunity for pharma’ Payment to docs rules ‘an opportunity for pharma’

    Payment to docs rules ‘ an opportunity for pharma’. The industry’ s reputation can be boosted by openness, say pharma compliance leaders. ... The “ eyes of the world will be upon the industry” from next year as payments to doctors in Europe

  • GSK blamed for employee bribes in China GSK blamed for employee bribes in China

    GSK blamed for employee bribes in China. Xinhua news agency claims company was complicit in the payment of kickbacks to doctors. ... GSK has said in the past that executives linked to the payment of kickbacks to doctors had been operating outside its

  • Novartis drawn into Chinese corruption probe Novartis drawn into Chinese corruption probe

    Novartis is now the third company to have been accused of paying bribes, after GlaxoSmithKline was linked to the payment of almost $490m in kickbacks to doctors and health officials using ... a culture of paying kickbacks by the pharma industry -

  • Big pharma pays US doctors $150m in 2011

    AZ, who recently launched a database containing payments made to doctors and institutions, said $24.7m was paid out in associated compensation for the second quarter of 2011, with $8.1m ... Around 165, 000 doctors have received related payments in 2011

  • NHS news in brief

    Doctors voted to oppose payment by results, a system many believe is ìfundamentally flawedî because it looks at the volume of patients treated but does not take into account the quality ... BMA chairman, James Johnson, has urged the government to

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