Device Firms Would Have To Report Value Of Device Samples For Patient Use Under STAR Act
An amendment to the Physician Payment Sunshine Act approved by a House Committee on April 9 would require device manufacturers to report the value of any samples given to physicians, a requirement that could include some free samples a doctor uses when educating his patients on device use.
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