Cochlear implant maker to pay $880 to settle allegations that it paid kickbacks to doctors
AP/Los Angeles Times, June 10, 2010
A manufacturer of cochlear implants has agreed to pay $880,000 to the U.S. government to resolve allegations that it paid kickbacks to doctors. The U.S. Justice Department announced the settlement with Cochlear Americas on Wednesday. The Centennial, CO-based company is a subsidiary of Australia's Cochlear Limited.
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