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Industry and Healthcare: Sorting Out Potential Conflicts

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    How can individual practitioners interact with industry in a positive, lawful and commendable manner? Are there regulations we can and should put on companies in this arena which fund initiatives such as continuing medical education? Industry certainly plays a major role in health care today, but one wonders whether we are managing these relationships to the best of our abilities. Greg Demske, assistant inspector general for legal affairs in the Office of the Inspector General for the United States Department of Health and Human Services, joins host Dr. Janet Wright to discuss a range of issues related to the role of industry in health care, as well as potential conflicts of interest that may arise.

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    How can individual practitioners interact with industry in a positive, lawful and commendable manner? Are there regulations we can and should put on companies in this arena which fund initiatives such as continuing medical education? Industry certainly plays a major role in health care today, but one wonders whether we are managing these relationships to the best of our abilities. Greg Demske, assistant inspector general for legal affairs in the Office of the Inspector General for the United States Department of Health and Human Services, joins host Dr. Janet Wright to discuss a range of issues related to the role of industry in health care, as well as potential conflicts of interest that may arise.

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