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Physician Payments Website Offers Cloudy View Of Industry Ties To Docs

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First glimpse of CMS’ Open Payments program shows drug and device makers made 4.4 million payments worth $3.5 billion to physicians and teaching hospitals in the last five months of 2013 plus another 199,000 payments that were not disclosed – infographic.

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