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Reform's "Sunshine" Clause Prompts Firms To Review Disclosure Web Sites

Executive Summary

Any drug, device or medical supply company that sells products to a government program and provides payments or items worth more than $10 to practicing physicians or teaching hospitals will be required to post those outlays in a publicly-available database starting in 2013

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