AAFP wants transparency program to allow physician review of data

06/12/2013 | AAFP News Now

Physicians need a way to review information about themselves before drug and device companies report the data to the National Physician Payment Transparency Program, the American Academy of Family Physicians said in a letter to the CMS. The Physician Payments Sunshine Act requires drug and device manufacturers and other groups to report payments or gifts to physicians of $10 or more.

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