Helping Doctors Share in Price-Discounted Contracts
One of the problems large, national hospital groups have run into in doing contracts for physician-preferred products is that physicians themselves don't share in the savings that result from their willingness to compromise product choice. Now some product companies are looking for ways to let physicians benefit as well, without triggering fraud and abuse regulations.
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