US GPOs (group purchasing organisations): back to the drawing board if self-regulation "not working"
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US group purchasing organisations (GPOs) are facing new restrictions, including loss of their coveted safe harbour from anti-kickback laws, if Congress concludes that their efforts at self-policing to ensure competition have not worked.
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