U.K. looks at enforcing its own version of the Sunshine Act

02/4/2013 | Clinica (subscription required)

The U.K. could require medtech and other life sciences organizations to record all payments made to health care professionals in a public register. The measure is similar to the U.S. Sunshine Act, and it aims to crack down on inappropriate business practices. The Ethical Standards in Health and Life Sciences Group, which represents medtech and professional medical organizations, will study how the system would function if it comes to pass.

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