Another US state puts device makers in line of fire over payments to physicians
This article was originally published in Clinica
Minnesota is proposing legislation that will require devicemakers to disclose any gifts they give to doctors. Massachusetts presented a regulation last week that seeks to cement in a code of conduct strict disclosure rules for drug and devicemakers. The Massachusetts regulation has come out of a gift ban Act that the state passed into law in the summer.
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