How many times have you gone to a doctor???s clinic and wondered at how many things lying on his desk have names of various drugs or pharma companies on them. The range is diverse from the innocuous pens and notepads to the flashlights and the thermoses.
But if only the ???gifts to the doctors??? remained at these small stationery items, we as patients might have less to worry about.
Three years back Novartis??? American arm paid $422.5 million to settle the case in which they were accused of providing illegal kickbacks to doctors through mechanisms such as entertainment, travel and appointment to advisory boards or speaker programs. All this to illegally promote their drugs!
Governments around the world are having a hard look at the laws governing the fiercely competitive pharmaceutical industry and looking to protect the patients.
Here???s hoping that new laws in the future will repair the increasing fractured relationship between patients and doctors and restore the patients??? trust that they are indeed getting the most suitable drug at the most suitable price.
To read more click here http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/28/opinion/sunday/another-alleged-drug-kickback-scheme.html?_r=0
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