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Industry Says OIG Proposed Gainsharing Rule Could Hurt Innovation

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Medical device groups worry some that proposed provisions and interpretations in a draft OIG rule could expand exemptions for gainsharing agreements between hospitals and physicians that will hinder the ability of innovative products to gain traction in the market.

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