New York-based physician Gordon Freedman has been convicted of conspiring to commit honest services wire fraud and conspiring to violate an anti-kickback statute involving prescriptions for Insys Therapeutics' fentanyl spray. Prosecutors said Freedman received $308,600 in speaker fees from Insys from 2012 to 2015 in exchange for prescribing the drugmaker's painkiller Subsys.
N.Y. doctor found guilty in pharmaceutical kickback scheme
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