This Viewpoint uses the recent instance of disease awareness promotion on a television soap opera to discuss questions about the role and regulation of novel forms of direct-to-consumer disease awareness marketing.
This study compares changes in physician prescribing patterns before and after implementation of policies at academic medical centers restricting on-site activities of pharmaceutical salespeople.
This Viewpoint describes the US government’s Open Payments program and initiatives by ProPublica, a nonprofit investigative news program, all of which make information about physicians’ financial relationships with drug companies and associated prescribing habits free and accessible to the public.
This study uses Open Payments reporting data to describe industry payments to physicians in 2015 and to compare payments by physician specialty and sex.
This Viewpoint proposes policy options for payers and the federal government to incentivize pharmaceutical manufacturers to adopt value-based pricing of prescription drugs commensurate with the value they bring to patients.
Robinson and Miller determine whether total expenditures per patient were higher in medical groups owned by local hospitals or multihospital systems compared with groups owned by participating physicians in California between 2009 and 2012.
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