Prosecutors plan crackdown on doctors who accept kickbacks
Frustrated federal health officials and prosecutors that have been unable to stop illegal kickbacks to doctors from drug and device companies are investigating doctors who take money for using these products. Within a few months, officials plan to file civil and criminal charges against a number of surgeons who they say demanded profitable consulting agreements from device makers in exchange for using their products.
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