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Stanford to disclose payments from device makers

Device Regulation Alert: Safety, Compliance and Reimbursement News, April 13, 2009

Stanford University School of Medicine will reveal which of the 1,200 physicians and faculty affiliated with the medical school receive money from medical device manufacturers, the school announced.

The university plans to post medical- and research-related consulting activities of $5,000 or more per year on its Web site annually. The school expects to include the information in physician and faculty profiles by the end of the year. Physicians and faculty members already disclose the information to the university.

Read more about Stanford's decision to disclose payments from device manufacturers.

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